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German house, maker unknown


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I loved this little set of furniture and I think its pretty flowers complement the kitchen wallpaper well. The dresser is home-made from the usual plywood.
Posted by Edel on March 19, 2017 Slideshow



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10:44 AM on April 11, 2017 
Lovely warm colours.
11:52 AM on March 22, 2017 
Zoe H says...
... And the meat slicer is fab - not seen one like that before.

The slicer is by Bodo Hennig and they are marketed here as bread slicers. Lots of Germans have full-size ones in their kitchens - but I am scared of them and imagine little slices of fingers when I see them. Still couldn't resist this miniature one though, LOL. Half of the board was missing when I got it, but was easily replaced with a piece of balsa Briwaxed to match the other, worn piece.
Zoe H
6:09 PM on March 21, 2017 
I love the furniture set too - lovely styling and prettily decorated. Super new-old dresser. And the meat slicer is fab - not seen one like that before.
9:06 AM on March 21, 2017 
Brooksey says...
Everything is lovely, but especially the dolls!

They are sweet, aren't they? I love their original clothes, so simply but nicely made.
These little dolls are a good example of the quirks of the market - bisque dolls this size in original clothes generally cost far more. Celluloid dolls do feel much less "substantial", being so light and fragile, so perhaps that is why lots of people don't want to buy them. But these Minerva dolls in particular tend to have lovely delicate faces and are very well made.
5:33 AM on March 21, 2017 
Everything is lovely, but especially the dolls!

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