Complete with basement and attic. Authentic s Dolls House contents - furniture, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, playroom and dining room Handmade solid oak and real stone tudor dolls house Lovely fully decorated dolls house with electric lights. Re-furbished 's's Dollshouse for sale.
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Dolls House accessories - a large amount of dolls house craft and spares accessories to include miniature screws, miniature hinges, casement windo Dolls House accessories - in excess of 50 quality miniature dolls house accessories to include a collection of heavy metal items, bird cages, lamp Dolls House accessories - a collection a quality dolls house figurines, ranging in size from 15 cm to 5 cm, figures include a Nanny, The Lady of t Dolls House accessories - in excess of fifty dolls house accessories to include ceramic storage jars, glass storage jars, miniature jardinieres an
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I'd like to share my Vintage Dolls House collection with you! I hope you enjoy my restorations and collection of furniture and dolls. The first eight of my houses are by Tri-ang - the registered name of Lines Bros Ltd.
Thursday - Friday - Saturday am - pm. Do you have a beloved vintage doll in need of some tender loving care? Bring it in to our doll hospital. We strive to keep everything as authentic as possible through meticulous repair, restoration, and cleaning in order to bring your treasured antique back to a like new condition.
A dollhouse or doll's house is a toy home made in miniature. For the last century, dollhouses have primarily been the domain of children but their collection and crafting is also a hobby for many adults. The term dollhouse is used commonly in the United States and Canada.
Make no mistake: The appeal of dollhouses extends far beyond mere child's play. In fact, they first emerged in the 16th century as objects for adults to display diminutive furniture. Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, they provided a hobby for wealthy housewives, who used the homes as a creative outlet, decorating each abode one small room at a time. Only in the 18th century, with the advent of industrialization and, in turn, mass-produced toys, did dollhouses become the domain of children.