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  • 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...
    St. James Hall was a large concert hall, opened in 1858, and could seat 2,000...
    $200.00
  • Kingsford Rug Merchant Dickens' Village Dept. 56.  Skilled in old school Axminster weaving, Sir Kingsford and his small staff of artisans pride themselves on their gorgeous hand knotted rugs. Each takes so long to create that the town church tolls...
    Kingsford Rug Merchant Dickens' Village Dept. 56.  Skilled in old school Axminster weaving, Sir Kingsford...
    $175.00
  • History tells us that Perfumeries originally sold oils and pomanders to keep undesirable odors at bay. Later they became part of the cosmetic industry and were used by men and women of high society.  This accessory features a shopkeeper showing...
    History tells us that Perfumeries originally sold oils and pomanders to keep undesirable odors at...
    $35.00$175.00
  • Named for one of Charles Dickens' middle names (he had two), Charles John Huffam Dickens. Huffam Fields Farm is a handsome cobblestone barn that was typical of those built by gentlemen farmers in England in the 19th century.  
    Named for one of Charles Dickens' middle names (he had two), Charles John Huffam Dickens....
    $175.00
  • Housed in Cornhill Shoppes is a high-end custom Milliner and William & Son Bespoke Tailer. The word bespoke means that each garment is made from a custom pattern and assures that the fit is perfect. Cornhill is one of the...
    Housed in Cornhill Shoppes is a high-end custom Milliner and William & Son Bespoke Tailer....
    $160.00
  • All the most discerning ladies come here to have their gowns made and altered. And for those in need of a finely crafted wig or hairpiece, visit the wig shop on the second story.  With her new and fashionable dress...
    All the most discerning ladies come here to have their gowns made and altered. And...
    $160.00
  • Culpepper's Ruby Jewelers Dickens' Village Dept. 56. In the not-so-distant past, Victorian gemologists would “pellet” rubies to create the tiny jewels that were used for timekeeping in clocks and watches. Celebrate the 40th anniversary of Dickens' Village with the traditional...
    Culpepper's Ruby Jewelers Dickens' Village Dept. 56. In the not-so-distant past, Victorian gemologists would “pellet”...
    $150.00
  • A Calf In Time For Christmas Dickens' Village Dept. 56.  After 15 months, the newborn calf arrived just in time for the holidays! With spots identical to her mother, the baby giraffe is bound to be popular when she's old...
    A Calf In Time For Christmas Dickens' Village Dept. 56.  After 15 months, the newborn...
    $150.00
  • The London Zoological Gardens is the world's oldest scientific zoo and originally intended for scientific study. Opened in 1828 the zoo was opened for public viewing in 1848. The set of 2 includes the brick gate house and ostrich figurine....
    The London Zoological Gardens is the world's oldest scientific zoo and originally intended for scientific...
    $36.00$150.00
  • This beautiful cobblestone cottage was named for the third Christmas story written by Charles Dickens' in 1845, "The Cricket On The Hearth."  
    This beautiful cobblestone cottage was named for the third Christmas story written by Charles Dickens'...
    $150.00
  • Featuring a decorative iron gate and brick entrance, the Christmas Market is surely the place to buy trimmings and gifts of the season.  
    Featuring a decorative iron gate and brick entrance, the Christmas Market is surely the place...
    $150.00
  • This is the 12th piece and final piece for the "Twelfth Night" series in Dickens' Village. The Royal Corps of Drums, also known as "Drums" was originally used as signalers when entering battle. They have been part of the British...
    This is the 12th piece and final piece for the "Twelfth Night" series in Dickens'...
    $150.00
  • The miller at Brandon Mill ground corn for his neighbors. 
    The miller at Brandon Mill ground corn for his neighbors. 
    $125.00
  • 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.
    The Cotswold's is a beautiful rural area west and south of London filled with rolling...
    $120.00