Create your own beautiful Alpine Village display with a series of intricately detailed and illuminated buildings as unique and diverse as the towns and hamlets of the Alpine and Bavarian regions of Europe! Craftsmanship and imagination combine to create the charming array of winter festival booths, Bavarian shops, rustic homes, and a quaint chapel in this village set. Oktoberfest music, ski chalets, savory foods, and Neuschwanstein Castle are just a few of the things that may come to mind when gazing at these pieces! These hand-painted porcelain buildings feature snow-topped roofs, holiday wreaths, and bright colors that will add a festive air to any Christmas setting. Many of these pieces can be plugged into an electrical outlet to spread a cheery glow throughout your wintry scene. Your miniature Alpine town will stand out among your other holiday decorations with its lovely and unique style.
With an animated, spinning water wheel, the Alpen Woolen Mill is a charming and lively addition to any holiday village display. This highly detailed porcelain statue is part of the Alpine Village collection by Department 56.
Welcome to Alpine Village by Department 56 - a series as unique as the towns and hamlets of the Alpine and Bavarian regions they represent. The Ave Maria Chapel is a hand-crafted and hand-painted porcelain lit building.
Part of the Alpine Village collection by Department 56, the Black Forest Christmas Market is a set of statues that pays tribute to the famous clocks crafted in this region. This charming set includes a clock maker and his shop.
A part of the Alpine Village collection, this illuminated booth accessory makes an excellent addition to your Christmas Market display. The Holiday Bier Stein Booth Set includes a sculpted building and colorful vendor figure.
Inspired by the popular Christmas markets in Germany, the Pretzel Booth set makes a charming addition to your seasonal scene. Each booth at the market specializes in a particular traditional item, such as these tasty breads.
The Klotz family began building stringed instruments in Middenwald, Germany during the 17th century. Look through the large front and side windows of the Violin Maker Building at an intricate sculpted interior scene.
THANK YOU Christy - you were such an angel for helping me with my shirt order today and getting things moving so my groom and his men can be clad in your lovely Pirate attire next week!