Department 56 Dickens’ Village Music House Colllectible Building
Last updated date: September 13, 2021
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Music lovers of all ages will be drawn to the illuminated, hand-crafted Dickens Village Stringed Instruments House, which is made from porcelain with amazing details like a violin-shaped sign and an attached workbench. This Victorian-style piece is 7.25 inches high.
In our analysis, the Department 56 Department 56 Dickens' Village Music House Colllectible Building placed 5th when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
In Victorian times it was quite usual to play music as a form of evening entertainment. Musical instruments and repairs were done at this local shop where artisans crafted fine violins and other string instruments. It includes a switched cord with bulb. Department 56, Dickens' Village figurine. Porcelain building with light cord. Hand crafted and detailed.
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