Peekytoe Crab Shack
By: Department 56 ®
Oysters, steamers, chowder, Jonah Crab, Red Crab, and Quahaug Chowder, pronounced co-hog, a type of clam found in the Atlantic and great for chowders – are offered for the holidays at Peekytoe. The rocks around the base tell us this house is right at the water’s edge, perhaps only accessible by watercraft, as indicated by convenient wooden posts and rings for tying up your boat. Crab cages and other materials on the side prove that fishermen have stopped to drop off the freshest catch for lunch. A sculpted generator in back for steaming and a boat turned on its side add to the character of this charming house, named for the crab found on the coast of Maine. A crab claw on the front door, brightly-striped awnings, and charming blue curtains in the dining room –so much detail–create an inviting atmosphere.
|Version A:||Unsigned - not held for artist signing |
|Version B:||Signed by artist - ships November 2014 |
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