Here for the first time, to delight the eye of every doll, is a wonderfully exciting range of Doll’s House
This is my next challenge, quite a big one I think, very basic only a wooden carcass no fittings apart
I have been working for a while now on reproducing Triang Furniture Boxes. I have a few, but they are
On a visit to a local car boot sale a few years ago, I spotted a Lundby Dolls house. It
This Carolines Home 1976 Catalogue below is the one I have been using for identifying my collection. I have reduced
A Barton & Co. began making dolls house furniture just after the Second World War in 1945, providing employment for
Alfred Barrett had been in business with his brother and brother in law Fred G Taylor, since 1920. They produced
The Triang Wooden Dining Room Furniture WDR/1 consists of 6 pieces, a table, 4 chairs and a 4 door sideboard.