The intricately detailed lighted buildings and accessories of this series are as unique and diverse as the towns and hamlets in the
Alpine and Bavarian regions they represent. A combination of craftsmanship and imagination comes together to create this classic array
of hand-painted buildings and accessories filled with nostalgia and charm.
A traditional part of every Bavarian Village is the decorated Christmas tree. This one, designed for the Alpine Village in 2014, is nestled in between a brick wall with LED lamps. The tree is almost nine inches tall and decorated with gold garlands and balls. Would work in any Department 56 Village. Battery operated; uses 2 “C” batteries, not included. Compatible with AC/DC adapters #55026 or #53500.
Introduced 2014, 9”H x 4.72”W x 4.72”L,
This street vendor is typical of many found on the street in quaint Bavarian towns and villages. He is selling marzipan treats made from ground almonds, sugar and egg whites molded into decorative shapes.
Introduced 2014. 1.5 x 1.25 x 2.75”