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LL3249 Temple of the Four Winds$37.50

Temple of the Four Winds
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Temple of the Four Winds by Lilliput Lane, model LL3249
Standing atop a disused icehouse, this Grade II Listed folly is just one of the many unusual buildings and curiosities to be found at West Wycombe Park, the extravagant home of Sir Francis Dashwood, founder of the notorious Hellfire Club of the eighteenth-century.

Octagonal in plan and three storeys high, the tower - built from flint, brick and stucco, by Donowell - is believed to be one of the earliest English replicas of an ancient monument, as it was inspired by The Tower of the Four Winds at Athens, which Sir Francis visited during his Grand Tour.

The term 'folly' has to be questioned for this example, as it tends to refer to structures that serve no other purpose than to look good, whereas this was built as a fully functioning water pumping station and supplied water all around the park.  

The Bluebell$125.00

The Bluebell
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The Bluebell, L3632
WARWICKSHIRE, MIDLANDS
Height: 8.0cm 3.15 inches length: 14.0cm 5.51 inches
This impressive 500-year-old timber-framed coaching inn from the Warwickshire market town of Henley-in-Arden dates back to the late fifteenth century and features a carriageway with rooms built above it to adjoin the two separate parts of the building.  

The Corner Shop$60.00

The Corner Shop
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The Corner Shop , L3487
The Corner Shop was the first building to be seen in Coronation Street , literally appearing in the first scene of the very first episode, way back in 1960. The opening scene depicted the outgoing owner, Elsie Lappin, showing the ropes to newcomer, Florrie Lindley.It became an off-licence in 1976 when Renee Bradshaw's application was approved, despite neighbouring publican, Annie Walker's, opposition and Alf Roberts refurbished into a self-service mini-market in 1985.The shop has seen more than its fair share of drama over the years, not least in 2004 when it was gutted by Dev Alahan's jealous ex-fiancee Maya Sharma, who torched it with Dev and his wife Sunita inside ; thankfully they were rescued in the nick of time. Disaster returned again in 2010 when a tram came off the viaduct and ploughed into the shop, killing Molly Dobbs and injuring Sunita. Bye 'eck!  

The Duckworths$60.00

The Duckworths
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CORONATION STREET.
Height: 6.0cm Length: 5.0cm.
Ah! No. 9 Coronation Street , it's got to be the most recognizable of all the terraced dwellings on the street, thanks to its bright facade ! Ken and Valerie Barlow occupied the house for the first six years of their marriage, welcoming twins Peter and Susan in 1965. But the most famous residents were the Duckworth family, who arrived in 1983, moved out in 1995, but bought it back again in 2000. It was Vera Duckworth who upset her neighbours with the addition of the gaudy stone cladding in 1989 and matters were made worse when they were brightly re-painted in 1994. In 2002, Vera decided she needed a name for the house and put up a sign for 'The Old Rectory', whilst Jack's pigeon loft was a mainstay in the backyard until 2009. Both Jack and Vera passed away in the same armchair in the back room , Vera in 2008, Jack in 2010. Aw, chuck !  

The Dabbling Duck L3463$90.00

The Dabbling Duck
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The Dabbling Duck
This delightful tea room in the picturesque village of Shere was the ideal choice for our member-only cottage this year, not just for its charm, but for historical interest too - as it was designed by the eminent architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens.  

The Heart of the Village L3674$62.50

The Heart of the Village
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Lilliput Lane The Heart of the Village L3674
Directly overlooking the cricket green, this ornate former village hall is situated in the peaceful Wealdon village of Benenden and was built, by public subscription, in 1908, in memory of Gathorne, First Earl of Cranbrook.  

The Hop Pickers$36.00

The Hop Pickers
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Lilliput Lane Club Symbol of Membership 2fir 015/2016 L3754/3727
Now used as a holiday cottage, this conical oast house with brick-built stowage can be found in the pretty Kentish village of Pluckley, which was the film location for the popular TV series, The Darling Buds of May.  

Perfect Mum$54.00

The Perfect Mum
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Lilliput Lane L3007 The Perfect Mum.
The 'perfect' parent on our cottage from Weston Turville is actually a duck! You see, in the early parts of the twentieth century, many of the inhabitants of the village made their living by breeding white Aylesbury ducks, for the London markets!  

The Stack House$37.50

The Stack House
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The Stack House
ST STPHEN IN BRANNEL, CORNWALL.
Height: 6.5cm Length: 6.0cm.
Quintessential Cornwall! This charming little home has been converted from a disused Cornish Engine House in St Stephen-in-Brannel, the churchtown of Brannel parish. Its walls are built of granite rubble with brick dressings above the windows and its circular chimney remains, although now truncated to the height of the roof, in homage to the region's industrial heritage.  

LL3062 The Whitby Kipper$30.00

The Whitby Kipper
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The Whitby Kipper by Lilliput Lane, model LL3062
Our little smoke house has been inspired by Fortune’s W.R., Smokehouse & Kipper Shop. Established in 1872 and situated at the end of Henrietta Street it is one of only a handful of traditional smokeries left in Britain.
North Yorkshire, North East & Yorkshire
Height: 5.5cm Length: 6.0cm  

Tyne Bridge$83.00

Tyne Bridge
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Woodturners Cottage$70.00

Woodturners Cottage
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Lilliput Lane L3710 Woodturner Cottage introduced 2014.
New Forest, Hampshire
Height: 8.0cm, 3 inches  

Wray Castle Boathouse$89.50

Wray Castle Boathouse
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Wray Castle Boathouse Special Edition by Lilliput Lane
Wray Castle is a Victorian neo-gothic building at Claife in the English county of Cumbria. There are four boathouses on the estate. The largest and perhaps most interesting is the double boathouse at Low Wray Bay. It was designed to resemble a pair of mediæval gates, complete with turrets, arrow slits and buttresses to complement the castle.
3.75 inches long x 3 inches wide x 2.25 inches tall  

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