My Triang Restoration

Restoration – Below are links to the various Triang Dolls Houses I have restored with a few little tips and lots of pictures. Many of these dolls houses are well past there play by date, some just looking for a lick of paint and a freshen up, others had problems with wood worm and water…

Triang Princess 2

TRIANG PRINCESS 2 Description of the Princess 2 from the 1939 catalogue: ‘[Not illustrated.] Larger model. Four rooms. Five electric lights. Bathroom with dummy bath, kitchen with dummy sink and gas stove. Garage with opening doors. Otherwise similar to No.1’ 47.5 inches [119 cms] wide 18 inches [45 cms] deep 31.5 inches [78 cms] high Description of…

Triang No.77

TRIANG NO.77 Triang No.77 – This is my next challenge, quite a big one I think, very basic only a wooden carcass no fittings apart from 4 window frames and garage doors to work with. I have had this house for a while, I bought it from a carboot sale for £10, it has been…

Triang No.24

TRIANG NO.24 From 1939 Catalogue: ‘Wonderful value.  Imitation half timbered gable.  Metal-framed windows with curtains, imitation shutters, tiled roof and brick front with spacious balcony.  Four rooms and staircase.  Front hinged to open in two places.’ [4029] 22 inches [56 cms]wide inches [ cms] deep 22 inches [56 cms] high This model was produced between…

No.61 Conversion

Triang No.61 Conversion – It was described as a vintage dolls house in the auction catalogue, I just could not resist and went along to see what was on offer, could it be a long lost Triang Dolls house. In amongst old dusty furniture, books and decorative china on a rickety old bookcase sat a…