Part of the Dickens' Village Series from Department 56. Victorian England at the time of Charles Dickens was a center of culture for the world, where many traditions we celebrate today took shape.
Part of "Bond Street Shoppe" sub-series. Although the majority of citizens were still not literate, pens and other writing instruments were a growing business during the time of Dickens. Details include the large wooden crates, pen motifs sculpted in the stucco, pipe railing, and pretty bay window up stairs. Sterling silver ink wells, finest Birmingham pens and advertised in the signage, coal bin in back for warm fires.
Name taken from Boz, Charles Dickens' pen name.
C.D. Boz Ink & Pen Co. lit building includes light cord and bulb. Uses replacement bulb #56.99244.
Coordinates with item #4030366 "Thank You, Mr. Dickens" accessory figurine.
Brand: Department 56
Series: Dickens' Village
Issued: January 2013
Retired: December 2014
Material: Hand-crafted and hand-painted porcelain
Dimensions: 6.9" H x 4.7" W x 4.9" L