Coffee was a popular drink among Londoners long before the tea craze started. In the Coffee Stall figure, an affluent couple is shown enjoying a cup of the hot beverage purchased from the cart of a cheery street vendor. The vendor bends to pour a cup, a splatter of the drink appearing on the ground beneath the carafe. Meanwhile, his customers look quite festive as they sip their drinks, the lady dressed in holiday garb and her husband looking quite well-dressed in a suit and top hat. These porcelain figures have been brightly hand-painted for a charming appearance that perfectly suits any Dickens Village display.
Introduction Date: May 2003
Collection: Dickens Village
- Made with porcelain and polyresin
- Hand-painted with bright colors and detail
- Displays vendor serving drink from his cart
- Includes 2 figures
- A fantastic collectible for holiday villages
- Height: 2.5 Inches
- Width: 2 Inches
- Length: 2.5 Inches
Measurements are approximate.