Chelsea Market Tea Monger – Dickens Village by Department 56


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Many beautiful details enhance the Chelsea Market Tea Monger. Dressed in fine attire, the shopkeeper offers tea from floral urns. The street vendor helps visitors to the winter fair ward off the chill in the air with a hot drink! She wears a dark blue Victorian coat over the top of her purple dress. She hols a blue pot in her left hand. Next, detailed signage on the front of her cart references the history of afternoon tea, an English tradition begun by Anna Russell, Duchess of Bedford, and the accompanying snack named for John Montagu, the Earl of Sandwich. A scalloped cream-colored covering shelters the brown cart. The cart has a white base with blue vertical stripes and pink floral patterns. The tea monger and her cart stand on a snowy base. This porcelain accessory adds charming character to your seasonal village set.

  • Introduction Date: January 2011
  • Collection: Dickens Village

Key Features:

  • Hand-painted with bright colors and detail
  • Displays a lady with tea cart
  • A fantastic collectible for holiday villages


  • Made with porcelain, polyester foam fill, and polyresin


  • Height: 2.9 Inches
  • Width: 2.5 Inches
  • Length: 4.4 Inches


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