Dickens A Christmas Carol Buildings by Department 56
Inspired by Charles Dickens tale, A Christmas Carol, this Department 56 village collection brings the holiday classic to new life. Dickens Carol was one of the single greatest influences in rejuvenating the old Christmas traditions of England. Celebrate Christmas in your heart and home with this beautiful holiday village set. These Christmas Carol buildings include designs inspired by locations described in the story, such as the home of the poor-but-loving Cratchit family, Scrooge and Marleys miserly office, and the cheery residence of Scrooges spirited nephew, Fred Holiwell. Each illuminated porcelain building shows off Victorian England architecture for a unique period look. The snow-topped holiday village buildings are decorated with bright colors and intricate detail. Many of these pieces can be plugged into an electrical outlet to spread a cheery glow throughout your wintry scene. Decorate for the season by setting up a fantastic Christmas Carol village display in your home!
Impoverished yet grateful for their blessings, the Cratchits offer a clear contrast to Scrooges miserliness. Cratchits Corner displays a three-story building with lots of character, inspired by the Cratchits home in the novel.
Charles Dickens classic holiday tale comes to new life in the Christmas Carol village series by Department 56. And what would the much beloved story - or the charming miniature town - be without Ebenezer Scrooges House?
Part of the Dickens A Christmas Carol collection by Department 56, Fezziwigs Holiday Dance is a beautifully detailed statue displaying the warehouse where Ebenezer Scrooge first worked as a young man on the day of its holiday party.
No Christmas village can be complete without fantastic pieces inspired by Charles Dickens classic holiday tale! This recreation of Nephew Freds Home makes a charming addition to any Dickens miniature village with its festive air.
The classic holiday tale, A Christmas Carol makes an excellent inspiration for your own seasonal display! The Old Joes Beetling Shop recreates a place Scrooge is shown in his vision from the Spirit of Christmas Yet to Come.
The classic icon of a miser, Ebenezer Scrooge must learn an important lesson in Dickens A Christmas Carol. The Scrooge and Marleys Counting House makes a charming addition to your festive recreation of London in the 1800s.
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