It started with a spur-of-the moment purchase at Christmas time close to 40 years ago.

A vendor at Regency Mall had sold most of his items, but he had a Dickensian village church that caught Holly Kaminer’s eye.

“I asked if it was for sale. He said it was, but it didn’t have a box,” she said.

It didn’t matter if it had a box or not.

That piece and decades later, the church is part of ...

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