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C.D. Boz Ink and Pen Co. | Department 56 Lighted Building
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Holiday Special Tegan's Accessory Set | Department 56 Figurine (Set of 4)
Caroling With The Cratchit Family is a porcelain accessory set that features Mr. Cratchit and Mrs.Cratchit taking their children caroling. The hand-painted details include a sleigh festooned with holiday greenery and one son carrying a lantern to lead the way. The Dickens Village Series is designed and manufactured exclusively by Department 56.
Handpainted porcelain accessory.
Dickens' Village SeriesÂ® Snowball Fun Figurine Step back in time to the cobblestone streets, gas street lamps, and horse-drawn carriages of our 19th century Dickens' Village SeriesÂ®. Introduced in 1984, this series has many hand-painted porcelain pieces inspired by best-loved Dickens' novels including A Christmas Carol.
Introduced December, 2006, measures 4 x 2 x 3.5"
The "Chestnut Vendor" is a porcelain accessory that depicts a mother and son purchasing a bag of roasted chestnuts. The hand-painted figurine also features a lighted lamp post that is battery operated. This figurine is part of A Christmas Carol Series, which is contained in the Dickens
"Cratchit's Corner" is a three story porcelain lighted building with lots of character. This hand-painted piece depicts the home of the Cratchits in the well-known novel "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens'. Although the house is in slight disrepair, the loving family is shown in the window sitting down their Christmas meal. The Dickens' Village Series is designed and manufactured exclusively by Department 56.
"Scrooge & Marley Counting House" depicts the fictional business that Ebenezer Scrooge ran. This brick building features an interior scene of Scrooge counting money and the hand-painted finish makes the building truly detailed. The Dickens' Village Series is designed and manufactured exclusively by Department 56.
Part of the Dickens' Village Series; Victorian England at the time of Charles Dickens was a center of culture for the world, where many traditions we celebrate today took shape. The English have been famous for tea for centuries, importing the finest varieties from the Far East. Hand-crafted and hand-painted porcelain lit building, includes light cord and bulb.
Dickens Village Series® Pronounced with a long O, rhymes with Roses.In 1833, early in his career, Charles Dickens worked as a parliamentary reporter for The Morning Chronicle. He also had the opport
A good glass of wine is hard to come by and "E. Tipler, Agent For Wine and Spirits" is working to make it a little easier in the Dickens' Village Series. This is a porcelain building that features fine hand-painted detailing and is designed as part of the Dickens' Village Series exclusively for Department 56.
This countryside cottage is embellished with holiday greenery and a wreath on the front door. Crafted from porcelain, "Hollyberry Cottage" is hand-painted and featured a sclupted thatched roof. Department 56 designs and manufactures the Dickens' Village Series.
A cornerstone of the Dickens' Village "A Christmas Carol" , this piece which was introduced in 1991 and continues to be a favorite among collectors. Lit with LED lights, this piece has an animated interior scene features the three Christmas Carol ghosts dancing around Scrooge. Designed and manufactured exclusively by Department 56.