- Village Figures
- Introduced January 2019
- Village Figures. Coordinates With White Rose Mill
- Meticulously hand crafted and intricately hand-painted porcelain
- Measures 2.75 x 2 x 6.25″
- Materials Zinc alloy, Porcelain
In the days before cars with roof racks, a horse-drawn wagon was the most convenient way for New England Villagers to bring their Christmas trees home to their families.
This charming figurine depicts a shepherd boy lulled to sleep by his peaceful surroundings. Looking at young Ephraim it is easy to imagine him in the shade of a tree, lying in the soft grass of the countryside, trying to stay awake and keep watch over his flock.
Yorkies have been around for 200 years. They were originally bred in the Yorkshire area of north England starting in the mid 1800s and didn’t come to the United States until the late 1800s.
Jeremiah has been sculpted, tenderly holding the gentlest lamb in his flock, as he prepares for his journey to see the Messiah he has long been awaiting
Sweet Noah carries buckets of water from the well as he completes his chores for the day. Complete your Nativity village with this detailed piece.