Add to your winter village with this set of mid century Putz buildings that includes one beaded house, a large church and a mirrored diorama complete with a glass bead border. Beaded houses are scarce today and highly collectible.
These mini paper board houses were handcrafted in Japan during the 1950s. Most families set up a display area on a shelf, mantle or windowsill for the children to enjoy. Each year, the little town grew with more houses, trees and people. Slowly, a village was born.
These magical tiny houses are looking for a new home to bring wonder and joy to another family years to come.
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- THREE mid century paper board Putz buildings (as shown)
Very good used vintage condition. These tiny buildings have been used and well-loved. All show surface wear including scuffs, bends, dust and residue, edge/corner wear, marks, paint loss and loose mica flakes. The cellophane windows show scattered tearing from age and use (this can be repaired carefully by a crafty person). Stamped JAPAN on the bottom. Dated to the 1950s.
- Materials: paper board, paint, mica glitter, loofah tree, ink, metal, cellophane, glass beads
- Color: multicolor (see photos)
- Dimensions: varies
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