Named after Dickens himself, the Huffam Fields Farm from the Department 56 Dickens Village collection looks perfect in a Christmas village. Made from porcelain, this hand-painted barn statue takes is name from Dickens full name of Charles John Huffam Dickens. THe building has cobblestone walls and a dark grey tiled roof. Patches of snow adorn the roof and the ground around the barn.
In front, there are a pair of doors on the left. Hanging over the left door is a sign that reads Weybridge since 1756. The second door has a piece of greenery on top. Another door to the right has a Dutch door design. The top half of the door is open, with a cows head sticking out. Above the open door is a Christmas wreath. Between the doors is a window and a water trough with a hayfork.
There are windows and doors around the rest of the barn. The windows and doors light up with a 120V bulb powered by a power cord. Hanging down next to one window is a hook and pulley. The Huffam Fields Farm figurine makes a great addition to any mini holiday village or wintry town scene. It also looks fantastic on display by itself. This hand-painted miniature building is made by Department 56.
- Introduction Date: January 2022
- Collection: Dickens Village
- Depicts a barn with cobblestone walls
- Windows light up
- Intricately detailed
- Richly colored
- Great for mini holiday villages or displays
- Made from porcelain
- Height: 6.6 Inches
- Width: 4.3 Inches
- Length: 8.4 Inches
Measurements are approximate.
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