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Miniature Medieval Walled Village - Tiny Landscaped French Commune on a Hill by Bewilder and Pine

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A recent addition to Bewilder and Pine's tiny landscapes is our little rendition of a Medieval walled French village. reminiscent of historic towns like La Couvertoirade and PĂ©rouges.

The tiny village is protected by the large moss covered walls with watch towers overlooking all of its approaching sides keeping up the ever constant guard against possible siege and conquest.

The central feature of the miniature town is the cathedral with its steeple top overlooking the tiny terracotta rooftops of the village all around it. Several rural farmhouses lay just outside the protection of the walls in the surrounding country side and one can just imagine the bustling flow of daily life within the great walls themselves. . .

The base, wall and houses are crafted from polymer clay and hand-painted and the scene is landscaped with earth, grass. bushes and trees. This little scene would be perfect in a terrarium or plant pot environment, on a child's nightstand or on a home mantle or altar.

This miniature Medieval Village scene is our largest to date with over 50 buildings and towers total throughout. It measures 5 1/4 inches long by 4 1/4 inches wide and about 3 inches high.
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This well-preserved fortified town was owned by the Knights Templar, under orders from the Commandery of Sainte-Eulalie, from the twelfth century. The Templars built the fortress there during the 12th and 13th centuries; its two upper floors have since been removed.

Following their dissolution in 1312, the Templars' property was taken by the Knights of St John of Jerusalem who were responsible for building the curtain wall at La Couvertoirade between
1439 and 1450.

Miniature Medieval Walled Village - Tiny Landscaped French Commune on a Hill by Bewilder and Pine

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: polymer clay, acrylic paint, model railroad landscape materials, a hint of pure magic
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  • Ships worldwide from Oregon, United States
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