Alexander Purdie Stables
By: Department 56 ®
In the 1700s, horses and wooden-wheeled conveyances were as much a part of the urban landscape as homes, shops and taverns. The Alexander Purdie Stable is an outbuilding behind the Alexander Purdie House, which serves today as the east wing of the King’s Arms Tavern. The Purdie Stable is an example of a small stable that served the transportation needs of a private individual and his family; Alexander Purdie owned two horses and a riding chair.
|Version A:|| Unsigned - not held for artist signing|
|Version B:|| Signed by artist - ships November 2014|
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