During the Dickensian times in London, Chocolate was a luxury. Ingredients such as cocoa and sugar were imported from the far reaches of the powerful British Empire. Most likely, commoners enjoyed the sweet confection only during special occasions such as Christmastide. How appropriate that a chocolatier would be an elegant, upscale building that would serve the crown (noted by the Royal Crest included in the decal art of the building. Giant molded chocolate Santa's capture the attention of a young boy and his pup, hand and paws on the window indicate their anticipation of a sweet treat. 7.28 in H x 6.7 in W x 6.5 in L
Zinc alloy, Porcelain, UL Cord, Plastic
Series: 2016 Village Holiday Special Coordinates With: 4054964 Dickens' Village, Sidewalk Sweets Electrical: Standard cord and bulb Replacement Bulb: 99244 Replacement Cord: 99028 Attachment: "Nibs and Walnut Fine Chocolate to the Queen" hanging sign.