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Victorian Grange House

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Grange houses are historically mid-size to larger homes found on farms. Land ownership allowed for a comfortable house, big enough so that part of the farm responsibilities could be conveniently done within the structure.

SKU 6003071Price $95.00
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Victorian Show Jumping

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The sport of horse jumping has its roots in the culture of Victorian England, and remains a popular attraction at equestrian shows to this day. A head-turning piece for your Dickens Village.

SKU 6003079Price $32.50
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Fish & Chips On Me

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Two finely dressed English mates start a night out with a meal at Odin R. Hicks. The friendly chap with the bowler hat kindly offers to pay for his pal's meal.

SKU 6003083Price $25.00
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Continental Tour of London?

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A conductor is frazzled as a wealthy couple arrives at his depot with more than enough luggage for two. They're going on an impromptu vacation; the only question is whether it should be a visit to downtown London or a scenic ride through the countryside?

SKU 6003084Price $35.00
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Mrs. Perrywell's Puddings

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Plum pudding, a traditional course for special occasions in Victorian England, was served as a flaming dessert, making a spectacular statement and festive end to any meal. Includes "Pretty Please Pudding", sisal tree and snow.

SKU 6003093Price $145.00
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The Mulberry Gate House

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Gatehouses provided protection, creating a stopping checkpoint at the entrance of an estate, with the gatekeeper having comfortable quarters upstairs. The red banner with the 3 lions indicates nobility lives here.

SKU 6005399Price $150.00
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A True Cockney Couple

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Dressed in traditional attire, the folks who live near the Church of St. Mary-le-Bow are proud citizens of London. This Village accessory is hand-crafted, hand-painted, porcelain.

SKU 6005404Price $28.50
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An Inspiring Book

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Two of London's more elegant discuss the latest release from Charles Dickens. This Village accessory is hand-crafted, hand-painted, porcelain.

SKU 6005405Price $30.00
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A Path Fit for a King

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Gardner works hard to make sure everything is perfect, no matter who visits for the holidays. This Village accessory is hand-crafted, hand-painted, porcelain.

SKU 6005409Price $32.50
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Royal Corps of Drums
RETIRED This is the 12th piece & final piece for the "Twelfth Night" series in Dickens' Village. The Corps of Drums, also known as "Drums" was originally used as signallers when entering battle. They have been part of the British military since the 16th century.
SKU 6007591Price $150.00
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Cotswold Greengrocer
The Cotswold's is a beautiful rural area west and south of London filled with rolling hills and quaint architecture. The greengrocer is a British and Australian term used to describe a retailer where mainly fruits and vegetables are sold.
SKU 6007594Price $110.00
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Battersea The Dogs' Home
Battersea is one of the UK's oldest and best known animal rescue centers. Note this building is neither endorsed by, nor benefits, the Battersea Charity and is fictional in nature.
SKU 6007596Price $135.00
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The Days Fresh Produce
The Greengrocer shopkeeper shows a variety of her fresh produce that is available for sale at the local Cotswold Greengrocer.
SKU 6007600Price $30.00
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Man's Best Friend

This accessory shows one of the volunteers feeding a Golden Retriever and a Border Collie who somehow found themselves to be at "Battersea, The Dogs' Home".

SKU 6007764Price $32.50
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Covent Garden Manor
Covent Garden is a district in London, on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St Martin's Lane and Drury Lane. This manor house is a fine example of the upscale homes found in this area.
SKU 6009733Price $165.00
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Gardener For Hire
This beautiful cobblestone cottage was named for the third Christmas story written by Charles Dickens' in 1845, The Cricket On The Hearth.
SKU 6009734Price $28.00
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St James Hall
St. James Hall was a large concert hall, opened in 1858, and could seat 2,000 people. In 1868, Charles Dickens presented a final series of Farewell Readings, at the hall. The program was devoted to Doctor Marigold (from the Christmas Story)
SKU 6009737Price $185.00
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Cricket's Hearth Cottage
This beautiful cobblestone cottage was named for the third Christmas story written by Charles Dickens' in 1845, The Cricket On The Hearth.
SKU 6009741Price $150.00
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A Christmas Honeymoon
Perhaps this is John and Dot Peerybingle, the main characters in the Dickens' Christmas story, Cricket on the Hearth. The couple is ready to spend their Honeymoon in the Cricket's Hearth Cottage.
SKU 6009742Price $40.00
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Ye Olde Goat Pub
With tradtional tudor-style exposed beams, Ye Olde Goat Pub has a cheery fašade and fits in nicely as a neighborhood pub. It's where all the locals meet to share a pint after a hard day's work.
SKU 6011392Price $160.00
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