Rare, two-piece winter display scenes constructed of wood and heavily covered with mica to simulate glistening snow. The church has red, cardboard stained glass outlines that surround the tissue paper windows. The people, trees and lamp post are beautifully airbrushed painted chalkware. The second piece also has a wood base edged with moss and covered with mica. The airbrushed chalkware painted figures include a playful puppy and a boy throwing snowballs. The sled also has two big red composition berries on the ends of the rope. The gentleman on this piece has minor damage to his foot, otherwise it is in excellent condition. The church has two cutout holes in the back to allow a small bulb to be inserted to light it . This piece is also in excellent condition. Additional photos are attached by the magnifying glass icon.
C. 1940's, USA
13 1/2" Height to top of steeple, 10" Depth, 14" Width
Smaller piece - 4 3/4" Height to top of tree, 7 1/2" Width, 5 1/2" Depth