This amazing thing! Definitely the most elaborate and exquisitely crafted of any folk art building I've had, and certainly inspiring my reverence! It was so much fun to photograph--a rewarding process of close looking--so photos do a pretty comprehensive job in documenting it. Surely this was modeled after a specific church, which its maker faithfully recreated, but I don't know the church. Constructed entirely of wood, with two different types of green glass for windows (the lower windows a textured avocado green, the tiny upper windows clear emerald); black painted roof and spires; and then a sort of grainy sand finish to the rest of the exterior to create the impression of stone. There are a few visible losses--to the tips of the spires, to the framing on one top window on the right side, and to one edge of the awning over the rear exit on that same side--all fairly minor and cosmetic, which someone handy could I think pretty easily repair of desired. (With all those parts and pieces, those being the only losses seems pretty miraculous to me!) It was very well constructed and so sturdy over all, but also a delicate thing, so will be packed even more carefully than usual.
12 1/2" L X 13 1/4" t x 9 1/4" w. Overall good condition with terrific presence and structurally very sound; losses as noted above: to the tips of the spires, to the framing on one top window on the right side, and to one edge of the awning over the rear exit on that same side--all fairly minor and cosmetic.