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Original Gingerbread Co

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Introduction
Especially created for the 20th Anniversary, crooked models were used to illustrate 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

20th Anniversary 2010
Painted by Michele Bland

£125 Worldwide
With Free Postage

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

 “David Copperfield” by Charles Dickens was partly set at 28 Palace Street, Canterbury. Dated 1647 it is now the King’s English bookshop. The lean from an 1800s chimney door was stabilised in the 1980s.

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Literary Gingerbread
The Grimm brothers “Hansel and Gretel” likely put Gingerbread Houses on the map! In 1875 “The Gingerbread Man” who runs away captured public imagination.“The Gingerbread Boy” from the US has a cowboy version too! The book far left is an urban update with subways and fire escapes. It seems people can’t get enough gingerbread, edible or fictional!

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

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

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