Dolls' Houses Past & Present

A website and ezine about dolls' houses: antique, vintage and modern. Plus furniture and accessories.

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Born in the late sixties, I came back to my childhood toys in my forties and from there I got interested in some European brands (and their worldwide counterparts) of girls toys but mainly makers of doll furniture... Looking through their history I started to acquire some samples in plastic and now also in wood. I am more interested in vintage miniature furniture than dollhouses so far... but that might change...

I am now here on Blogger too and still here on Flickr


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4 Comments

Reply Rebecca Green
9:26 AM on November 28, 2012 
Hooray! You're back :-) and so is Miss Twist - lovely to see you both here again :-D
Reply Joan
5:12 PM on August 6, 2011 
Hi Yse,I don't know what url means(showing my ignorance of all things technical!).
If you look down the list of categories on the left,my album is in the category "made by us" and it is in Joan's houses Cumbria.
I made the French house for my daughter in law 2 years ago.It took months but I was very pleased with the result.I would be interested to hear the views of a French person.
Reply Rosemary
10:46 AM on July 22, 2011 
You have a Peynet doll for your identification! Are they still made? I have some but they are browning and hardening over the years, so sad as they are cute.
Reply Rebecca Green
9:33 AM on July 22, 2011 
Hello Ysť and Miss Twist! Welcome to DHP&P - how lovely to see you both here :-)

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