This hand-crafted, hand-painted porcelain TUCKER POINT LIGHTHOUSE is a lit building from the New England Village Series by Department 56, and portrays a simpler time when America was beginning its great traditions.
Positioned high on a Rocky point, surrounded by water is the 5th in the continuing series for coastal Lights.
Peaceful aqua green color tries to calm a stormy Atlantic ocean. Copper color painted roof. The mechanical horn on top has replaced the historic bell used to warn ships of the fog. Barrels for supplies, tiny tools are sculpted on the side to complete the charm. Fresh water barrel in back provides drinking water to the keeper.
Like the other coastal light buildings this light is steady on, designed for comfort of display with the other Coastal light buildings. Named for Tucker’s Beach lighthouse in New Jersey.
Tucker Point not only protects the ships from high above the rocky shore, but also offers the light keeper a cozy cottage with easy access to the tower. The adapter cord and bulb is included.
Dimensions: 6.4″ x 5.95″ x 7.32″