Dickens' Village Series®

Open the door to Victorian England which at the time of Charles Dickens was the center of culture for the world and where many traditions we celebrate today took shape. The architecture, customs and history of Victorian England are inherent in the Dickens' Village Series®. These distinguished and quaint buildings and accessories are an inspiration to all who make them part of their holiday traditions.

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Dickens' Village Gate - 6000604
6000604
3 in H
$45.00
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Specially priced gate features 2 lit lanterns at the entrance. Door replicates an iron gate designed to complement the architecture of this series. Logo type sign welcomes residents & visitors to this charming place we know & love as Dickens’ Village.
 
Cheers! - 6000600
6000600
2.75 in H
$18.50
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Two friends stop to ring in the holidays with a toast for 2.
 
Many Happy Returns - 6000595
6000595
2.75 in H
$27.50
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A sad girl becomes filled with glee when the police man returns her lost kitten.
 
Marshalsea Debtors' Prison - 6000586
6000586
7.5 in H
$90.00
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This latest addition to the Dickens Village Series was inspired by the life of Charles Dickens himself. When Charles was young, his father had to spend time in the Marshalsea Debtors’ Prison for bills gone unpaid. Hand-numbered, limited edition of 2,018.
 
Olde Pearly's Toby Jugs - 6000585
6000585
7.5 in H
$90.00
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Beginning in the Netherlands in the mid 1700’s, Toby Jugs spread to England soon after. These drinking mugs are formed in a shape to resemble a well-known person, either in a seated position, or just the head of the character.
5.05
 
The Three Lemons Inn - 6000584
6000584
7.25 in H
$100.00
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Travel by horse-drawn carriage was long and slow in the 1800s. The Three Lemons Inn was a welcome place to rest for the evening. Travelers enjoyed a warm meal in the dining room and comfortable bed upstairs. Stable hands would tend to the horses.
 
Duniway Abbey - 6000583
6000583
7.5 in H
$100.00
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Centuries ago, churches were often the center of community in England. As such, townspeople sacrificed much so that their place of worship would be a fine, lasting tribute to God. Duniway Abbey is a fine example of a beautiful small community church.
 
Snowball Fun - 56.58812
56.58812
3.5 in H
$23.50
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Fun filled Village accessory depicting the fun of a recent snow fall. Hand painted porcelain.
 
Playing With A Puppy - 56.58811
56.58811
2 in H
$22.50
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Designed to accompany Dickens Village by Department 56, these children are playing with their new Christmas puppy. Made of porcelain and hand painted. 3 x 1.5 x 2"
 
Swifts Stringed Instruments - 56.58753
56.58753
7.28 in H
$75.00
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Let there be music in the Village! The detailed interior scene shows some of the fine musical wares of this London business. Designed to accompany Dickens Village by Department 56 this piece includes a switched light cord and bulb. 4.75 x 5 x 7.25"
 
London Gin Distillery - 56.58746
56.58746
7.68 in H
$110.00
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Designed to accompany Dickens Village by Department 56, the distillery features an animated water wheel used to power the machinery inside the Victorian era distillery. 8.75 x 6.5 x 7.5"
4.05
 
E Tipler Agent Wine Spirits - 56.58725
56.58725
6.89 in H
$70.00
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Designed to accompany Dickens Village by Department 56. this lighted porcelain building is a welcome establishment for the local gentry. 5.5 x 4.5 x 6.5"
5.05
 
The Coffee-Stall - 56.58571
56.58571
2.5 in H
$42.50
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Coffee was a popular drink among Londoners and this couple is shown enjoying a cup from the street vendor. Designed to accompany Dickens Village by Department 56. 2.5 x 2 x 2.5"
 
London Newspaper Stand - 56.58560
56.58560
2.75 in H
$35.00
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Part of the Dickens' Village Series; Victorian England, where many traditions we celebrate today took shape. In this set of two a man heads out for his morning newspaper. Hand-crafted & hand-painted porcelain figurine.
 
The Hansom Cab Co. - 4056644
4056644
7.6 in H
$90.00
In Stock
Prior to motorized vehicles, besides walking, horse and carriage was the main mode of transportation around the busy streets of London. The Cab Company building housed the stable for the horses, parking for cabs, and office for the business records.
 

Meet the Artist

Barbara Lund has been designing Village pieces since 1989 when she join her father, Neilan Lund, master architect of the Heritage Village Collection®. Learn More >
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