Derby House, Salem, MA | The Cat's Meow Village

Derby House, Salem, MA

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Replica of the Derby House part of the Salem Maritime National Historic Site. Handcrafted of 3/4" thick wood with colorful details on the front and history on the back. Made by Cat's Meow Village in Wooster, Ohio.
$17.00

SKU:
CSTM22489
Dimensions: 
6X5
No
Location: 
MA

Walking the streets of Salem, Massachusetts brings one ahhhhh after another. This historic town houses some of the most beautifully restored historic homes in America.

Captain Richard Derby built this beautiful brick home in 1762 as a wedding present for his son Elias Hasket and bride Elizabeth Crowninshield Derby.

Captain Henry Prince bought this house in 1796 and built his West India Goods Store next door.

Today, the Derby House is part of the Salem Maritime National Historic Site.

We handcraft this house from 3/4" thick wood with colorful details printed on the front and a history printed on the back.

Look closely to find our black cat mascot, Casper, lounging on the front steps waiting for the next visitor to give him a hug and pet.

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