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Original Gingerbread Co

Introduction
For the 20th Anniversary, each of Hazle’s three crooked models is used to depict the quaintness and quirkiness of Gingerbread Houses. From the British Bonfire Night to Christmas in the US, something so steeped in world traditions is a worthy Hazle theme!

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Hazle Ceramics
Original Gingerbread Co
Limited Painting of 20
on Canterbury King’s

 Canterbury’s 28 Palace Street from 1647, where Dickens’ David Copperfield novel is partly set, is now the King’s English bookshop. The lean from an 1800s chimney door was stabilised in the 1980s.

20th Anniversary 2010
Painted by Michele Bland

£79.50 Worldwide
With Free Postage

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 A fine example of a Christmas Gingerbread
House, beautifully crafted in North America.

Literary Gingerbread
The Brothers Grimm’s Hansel & Gretel likely put Gingerbread Houses on the map! Some years later in another 1875 tale, The Gingerbread Man who runs away captured public imagination and spawned several variations. The Gingerbread Boy, rather than a man, is from the US - with even a cowboy version. The book on the far left is an urban update with subways, fire escapes and construction workers. It seems we can’t get enough gingerbread whether it is edible or fictional!

 Popular variant of the tale set in modern day New York!

 Hansel puts out a bone and fools the blind witch into thinking he is not fat for the oven.

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