Whether it ’s as a gift or an addition to your collection, you are certain to find what you’re looking for in this latest collection of the world’s favourite miniature cottages, handmade in Enesco's Cumbrian studios.
Fruits of the Sea is the 2009/10 club symbol of membership. Inspired by the colourful, whitewashed houses of Brunswick and capturing the bygone fishing heritage of the area, this is a delightful collectible to either add to your own collection, or to give as a gift.
This delightful station serving the North Yorkshire Moors Railway is famous as being the film location for Hogwarts Express' Hogsmeade' Station in the Harry Potter films. Fans of the TV series Heartbeat will also recognise it as 'Aidensfield'. Such fame!
Parts of St Blasius' Church in Shanklin, Isle of White, date back to the twelfth century, whilst the central octagonal spire dates to the mid-nineteenth century. Our version comes complete with a complementary minature of its unusual lychgate with onrnate clock and bell.
Built around 1825 at the behest of Lord Abergavenny, this charming building from Eridge Green was built as a school house to educate the children of the estate workers of Eridge Park. It comes complete with a complementary minature Wishing Well
The front facade of this, the main London home of the Royal Family since the time of the Queen Victoria, is familiar worldwide, especially the balcony where the Royal Family gather on special occasions.
London's 2012 Olympic and Paralympic sailing events will be hosted at the Wemouth & Portland National Sailing academy adjoining Portland Marina, home to Portland Bill. The present lighthouse was built in 1905 and stands about 120 feet tall.
Located at Cloch Point, Inverclyde, the Cloch Lighthouse has stood on the east shore of the Firth of Clyde, directly opposite Dunoon, to warn ships of the dangerous reef known as The Grantocks since 1797 and stands 76 feet tall.
Dating from the late seventeenth to early eighteenth centuries, this humnble litte abode from Quatford has been built into the surrounding sandstone rock into which has been cut a larder - perfect for keeping food cool on the sunniest of day.
Our delightful little building with stone mullioned windows and fishscale tiled roof has been inspired by the ivy-clad former tollhouse on Kedleston Road in Derby. Built in the mid 1800's to replace an earlier tollhouse.
Situated on Rathbone Place, in the historically Bohemian area once home to such writers as George Bernard Shaw, Virginia Woolf and Arthur Rimbaud, this Fritzovian pub is where Welsh Poet, Dylan Thomas, met his wife, Caitlin Macnamara, in 1936.
This pretty timber-framed cottage with brick infilling and impressive thatch has a Valentine's gift on the doorstep and post box in the garden, which has inspired the theme and name of our romantic cottage form the village of Ham.
The Deed Card has a section to add your own personal message.
What could be more appropriate than to say thanks to mum than one with roses around the door, a gift on the doorstep and a mother duck and her ducklings in the garden? This cottage from Haddenham has it all!
The Deed Card features a section to add your own personal message.
Brampton's unusal octagonal building in the town's Market Place is now used as the local Tourist Information Centre. Built in 1817 by the Earl of Carlisle, the Moot Hall replaced an earlier mid-seventeenth-Century town hall, in which Oliver Cromwell kept prisoners.
The attractive town of Thirsk attracts tourists aplenty hot on the trail of two legendary past residents: Thomas Lord, founder of Lord's Cricket Ground in London and the world famous literary Yorkshire vet, James Herriot.
The birds are singing a dawn chorus at this delightful timber-framed cottage with brick infilling which is situated in the tiny Home Counties village of Turville, the film location for the his comedy series, The Vicar of Dibley.
This little gentlemen's outfitters shop has been inspired by a wonderful retail establishment located in the cathedral precincts of Canterbury that was built in the sixteenth century, adjoining the main gates.