Dickens Carolers – Dickens Village by Department 56


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People have sung Christmas Carols for hundreds of years. In the Victorian times, carolers standing on the street corner like these Dickens Carolers were a common sight as the singers and musicians entertained passersby. A donation was generally given, and funds were used to help the poor. This group includes several children singing to accompany the gentleman players. One chap trills on a flute, while the other creates melodies with a violin. Sharing a holiday song with their fellow Londoners, the group wears an assortment of bright colors. The porcelain figure makes a fantastic accessory for your seasonal village display.

Introduction Date: December 2008

Collection: Dickens Village

Key Features:

  • Made with porcelain, polyresin, and plastic
  • Hand-painted with bright colors and detail
  • Displays group of carolers
  • A fantastic collectible for holiday villages


  • Height: 3 Inches
  • Width: 2.75 Inches
  • Length: 2 Inches


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