Lilliput Lane Hutches Crutches
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- Lilliput Lane Cottage
- Set in Village of Turville where Vicar of Dibley was filmed, hence the name
- New for Jan 2012
- Gift Box
- Official Deed Card
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Lilliput Lane Cottages are handmade and painted in the UK at studios in the Scottish Borders by a team of skilled artists. Made from a special clay, Amorphite, which allows the reproduction of minute detailing from the original sculpture, we can portray the architectural heritage in miniature form of hundreds of actual buildings in the UK and occasionally abroad in an authentic manner down to tiles, windows and accessories.
All the models are hand made and hand painted. Each cottage comes packed with its own 'deed card' which gives the buyer all the background information regarding the original building on which the miniature sculpture has been based.
HUTCHES & CRUTCHES, THIRSK, NORTH YORKSHIRE. Height: 9.0cm Length: 7.0cm. Nestled between the Hambledon Hills and the uplands of the Yorkshire Dales in the fertile Vale of Mowbray, the bustling market town of Thirsk has always been an epicenter of local commerce and animal trading. Its cobbled market dates back to medieval times and still hosts two markets per week, on Mondays and Saturdays.
But that’s not all that this attractive town has to offer, for it also attracts tourists aplenty, who flock to the town hot on the trail of two legendary past residents: Thomas Lord, founder of Lord’s Cricket Ground, in London, and the world-famous literary Yorkshire vet, James Herriot.Built of sturdy brown brick with a pantiled roof, our delightful three-storey veterinary surgery is the only destination for our unfortunate resident today, as, judging by the cat basket and the crutches by the front door, he’s already had rather a difficult journey.
1 x Figurine; 1 x Deed card; 1 x colour branded gift box. Not a toy or children's product. Intended for adults only