High Street Kensington opened in 1886, on the District and Circle lines. The street is a major shopping thoroughfare, boasting three department stores at the beginning of the 20th century. The brooch is Tinkerbell – the fairy who helped Peter Pan. In Kensington Gardens, a statue of the character created by Sir George Frampton was erected in 1912. J.M. Barry published the story in 1902 gifting the rights to Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital.
Trivia Roses are said to attract fairies.