Build a charming winter village by shopping our selection of mid century Putz houses. This duo, including a large blue steepled church and pastel house, is a good start in creating an entire village.
Popular in the 1950s, these miniatures were made in Japan from heavy paper board, paint, mica glitter, cellophane for the windows and loofah. Each building has a hole on the back to allow room for lights to be placed inside.
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- TWO pieces: one mid century Putz house and one church (as shown)
In very good vintage condition with wear consistent with age and use. Both show surface wear including scuffs, edge/corner wear, marks, paint loss and loose mica flakes. The church has a tear at the hole in the back; luckily not noticeable from the front. The cellophane windows show scattered breaks (this can be repaired carefully by a crafty person.) Stamped JAPAN on the bottom.
- Materials: paper board, paint, mica glitter, cellophane, loofah, wire
- Color: blue, red, peach, white, green
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