The Gingerbread HouseWalter H. Brockmann is recognized by many collectors as the father of lighted ceramic Christmas houses. He began making his signature houses, churches, trees and other village accessory pieces as a post-retirement hobby in the 1960s. He eventually grew his hobby into a business, which he called WB Studios. For many years, he sold his creations at Bachman’s, a floral gift and specialty store. His designs represent quintessential American scenes. Individually hand-crafted and hand-painted in the United States, no two WB creations are exactly alike. Walter Brockmann’s houses and village pieces are treasured by collectors, made with beautiful attention to detail, and are very, very charming!
All my auction items are from a smoke-free home. I’m happy to combine shipping for winners of multiple auctions. Thank you for looking!Description: This is the Gingerbread House, made by WB Studios. It has a tree attached, and two bluebirds are on the house. It measures approximately 6” tall to the tip of the tree, 6” wide and 3.5” deep. Condition: Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or other problems. No light cord. Mark on the base: The letters WB are etched into the clay, and the writing underneath says: An original WB c 1974 St. Louis The Gingerbread. Payment and shipping: Paypal accepted. U.S. shipping, handling and insurance is $8.95 via United States Postal Service within the continental United States, and must ship to a confirmed address. For shipping to Alaska and Hawaii, please email me for the shipping cost. Shipping to the United States only. I ship every day except Saturdays and Sundays. I will combine shipping costs for multiple auctions wins – please make only one payment for items that will be shipped together. Terms: Buyers please make payment within 3 days, unless other arrangements are made. Please email me with any questions or for additional pictures prior to bidding; all sales are final.
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