Space saving is probably more important in a doll’s house kitchen than anywhere else on earth; and in this the practical, home making doll is adequately catered for by the inimitable Tri-ang kitchen units. Here also, we find the most up-to-date combinations.
A very useful item for any modern kitchen, made of moulded plastic with various shelves and drawers. Mine unfortunately is missing its metal base which included a water head.
I think this has been repaired at sometime, you can see the glue marks.
This washing machine was produced in great detail, showing the controls and hoovermatic label. It also came with a hose, which mine does not have, long gone I expect.
This Refrigerator is metal, showing the Prescold logo. The inside fittings are plastic with two shelves, mine does not have any shelves.
The earlier sink units are blue and have a cream top, later changed to white. It is made from metal [apart from the top which is plastic] the two side drawers and cupboard doors open, it is quite a heavy piece.
The later model of sink unit kept to the same basic style, sink tops and colours would change. There was also a gradual change from metal to plastic. The above sink unit is metal with plastic doors and drawers.
This Cabinet seems to be the base unit for all cupboards and sink units in the range, as with others colours changed, and the move from metal to plastic.
The Leisure Kitchen Chairs came with boxes, they were a tight fit.
The Leisure Kitchen chair was made of moulded plastic, with neat little metal legs fitted in. This range did not carry on to the Jenny’s Range.
This table matches the chairs above, and this strange style is at its best with the chairs around it.
The table and chairs were produced under the Jenny’s Home Range, replacing the Leisure table and chairs.
The kitchen was also sold as a Box set, consisting of a Leisure Kitchen Sink , Electric Oven , Leisure Kitchen Table  and 2 Leisure Kitchen Chairs 
Showing the difference between a Metal and Plastic Kitchen Cupboard 1012/2
Both of the Kitchen Cabinets above have a base unit made of metal. The unit on the left is an older Triang, and has metal doors, the unit on the right Jennys Home has plastic doors, and the blue work surface is thicker.
The fitting of the work top with two large tabs, on the Jennys Home unit is shown on the left.
The Triang unit is on the right, you can see how the metal doors are fitted. In the newer version [Jennys Home], the work top is thicker and is fixed with two tabs.
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