Thumbnail Filmstrip of Department 56 Dickens' Village Church of St. Mary-le-Bow Images
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.
Once considered the second most important church in the city, after St. Paul's Cathedral, the historic church was destroyed by the Great Fire of London and rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren in 1683.
Meticulously hand crafted and intricately hand-painted porcelain.
Power features standard light cord with 120V bulb.