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The Medieval Village -  Handmade Stone Farmhouse  - HO Scale Miniature Building by Bewilder and Pine

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Bewilder and Pine presents "The Medieval Village" series. These buildings are handmade and hand-painted polymer clay structures inspired by the beautiful stone and terracotta buildings of the Medieval village era.

These houses, farm structures and towers are created in HO scale and are the perfect size for showing on your mantel, your altar or for the model railroad enthusiast who wishes to create a unique setting with their layout.

The Medieval Farmhouse features a small foundry building attached to the main house. The side building may have been used as a smith shop, a foundry or a root and vegetable cellar. Also i may have been used as a place to keep and raise small animals.

All of the shutters are handmade and painted with acrylic paints as well. The doors are wood and fitted with "wrought iron" accents. The flower pots and window boxes are attached to the building itself.

This listing is for:

oOo - The Medieval Farmhouse with attached flower pots

The HO scale figures and trees ARE NOT included but can be added to your order at our cost

Examples are:
French Farmer (shown) $4
French Farm Woman (shown) $4
Monk $4
Nun in Black Habit $4
Bicyclist $5
Nun Protestant (blue habit) $5
Traveler with Luggage $4
Trees - $5 ea

The Farmhouse listed measures 4 3/4" tall, 3 3/4" wide and 3 1/4" deep

These little buildings are a great in conjunction with any of our other Medieval structures or even our French Farmhouse or Hermitage buildings and Chapels. If you would like to purchase it in conjunction with another, please convo us first and we will be happy to arrange a special price for the two or more. :)

Extra figures, farm animals or a crop/vinyard base can be added with an extra charge.
Please convo us for details and pricing for these additions.

This item will ship First Class Mail in the US at no extra charge.

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Medieval Villages

Medieval villages consisted of a population comprised of mostly of farmers. Houses, barns sheds, and animal pens clustered around the center of the village, which was surrounded by plowed fields and pastures. Medieval society depended on the village for protection and a majority of people during these centuries called a village home. Most were born, toiled, married, had children and later died within the village, rarely venturing beyond its boundaries.

Common enterprise was the key to a village's survival. Some villages were temporary, and the society would move on if the land proved infertile or weather made life too difficult. Other villages continued to exist for centuries. Every village had a lord, even if he didn't make it his permanent residence, and after the 1100's castles often dominated the village landscape. Medieval Europeans may have been unclear of their country's boundaries, but they knew every stone, tree, road and stream of their village. Neighboring villages would parley to set boundaries that would be set out in village charters.

Medieval peasants were either classified as free men or as "villeins," those who owed heavy labor service to a lord, were bound to the land, and subject to feudal dues. Village life was busy for both classes, and for women as well as men. Much of this harsh life was lived outdoors, wearing simple dress and subsisting on a meager diet.

Village life would change from outside influences with market pressures and new landlords. As the centuries passed, more and more found themselves drawn to larger cities. Yet modern Europe owes much to these early medieval villages.


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While the Medieval Village structures are inspired by building of that era, they are also similar to those found in latter day rural hamlets throughout Europe. They can represent era that span hundreds of years of European history.


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We can also customize a scene for any of the Village of Provence buildings using model landscape materials, as pictured in other listings here, to create a small scene with rocks, trees animals, water wells, a path etc etc. Again, convo us if this interest you as this will take a bit of time to complete and to work out a price.

The Medieval Village - Handmade Stone Farmhouse - HO Scale Miniature Building by Bewilder and Pine

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: polymer clay, wood, acrylic paint, landscape materials, HO Scale windows
  • Ships worldwide from Oregon, United States
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