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Artisan-made Mayfair House - Still Available
For sale: superior vintage craftsman-built wooden Tudor dolls house. Very well built to high standard by James Parker of Wolverhampton in 1988. In very good condition.
1:12 scale. Measurements Base 36 inches by 20.5 inches, Height 22 inches.
Four rooms, opened by two hinged doors and two removable panels attached by magnets. Lovely ground-floor bay window on right.
Wood floors and internal doors. Secret cupboard in hall. Inglenook fire-places, four chimneys.
Sale is for the HOUSE only - it does NOT include furniture. Some furniture may be available later.
Please study the pictures, viewing possible.
Price: £275.00 o.n.o.
Collection from Saffron Walden, Essex, UK, or arrange own courier.
Cash on collection preferred.
For enquires, please contact Margaret through her member profile
Added 24 November 2014
For sale, original Sid Cooke Shop/House ( Broad Street ), made by myself with superior quality products.
Real separate brick-slips with cement, slate roof tiles, lead flashing & tan stone floor tiles supplied by Richard Stacey. Sandtex upper walls & drainpipes fitted either side.
Lighting by Ray Storey, real cobblestone with moss detail added, quality wallpapers and real wooden flooring.
This house has just been completed so New Condition.
Please not CONTENTS OF FLOWER SHOP ARE NOT INCLUDED; SHOWN FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY.
Would need collecting from North East of England as too heavy to post due to weight of bricks & roof tiles.
Dimensions: height 70cm x width 40cm x depth 38 cm.
Added 15 November 2014
For sale, a Hobbies 186, 82cm (32 inches) wide and 61cm (2ft) high.
It includes the antique china doll pictured in the sitting room.
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For sale, a vintage dolls house which looks to be hand made (see photo below of ceiling made from sugar crate), from the 30s or 40s, no woodworm that I can see.
Measurements - from top of roof to base is 72cm; 26cm wide and 37cm deep.
I live in Brighton and the dolls house would have to be collected. It's heavy!
For any enquiries, please contact me, Lou, by email.
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I have a beautiful handmade church for sale. It is fully lit and includes all figures etc.
Price £150 ono.
Tel. Lesley on 0161 286 3895.
I am now in Cheadle, Cheshire. Can deliver if not too far.
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For Sale: Tudor Dolls House
Size - approx 98cm high x 110cm wide x 50cm deep
Part Thatched. Comes with enough thatching to complete the back of the house.
6 rooms. Real wood beams throughout. 4 fireplaces.
Needs new loving home.
Price - £350
I am located in Addlestone, Surrey. My contact details are email@example.com
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The dolls house was built during 1940 - 45 by my father and I now find it will not be required by any member of my family so have decided to sell it and find a home where is can be restored and looked after.
This dolls house is designed and made by Roy Hooper, "inspired by a building I saw in Mayfair ( not a copy).
The ply used is best quality birch ply ( no MDF). All the bricks on the front and sides are cut individually into the ply by hand.
The construction is held together with screws and glue. There are no nails or pins used, and all the paint is water based, except for the small areas which are painted with Humbrol paints.
This house is wired for lighting.
The top floor (the attic) has solid pine boards.
The ground and third floors are carpeted.
The stairwell is mahogany veneer.
The size is 43 inches high, 28 inches wide and 19 inches deep.
Price £3500. ono
My joy is in the making, not the keeping. The more eccentric the better.
I am moving on to my next dolls house, so I need to make some room.
Anybody can pop in and see the house if they are interested.
I live at 158 Barrowell Green, Winchmore Hill, North London, N21.
Phone is 07812795846, email firstname.lastname@example.org
I am happy to make a packing case for it, for free, and I will ship anywhere, if I can find out how to do it, and the buyer is willing to pay. (All my previous houses have been commissions locally, so I have not shipped before.)
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The old wall was created by specialist miniature maker Paul Davey.
This stand alone creation or a add on to enhance any Dolls house was lovingly created by using all natural devon stone cut and filed to size, the slate roof and base floor was carved from cottage slate, and the doorway was made from an old piece of Elm hardwood.
the scale is 1/12th
the dimensions are 17" long x 10" High x 8 1/2" deep
the piece captures the imagination as to what is behind that door!!
the techniques are unique from the carving of the stone to the painted weathering of the piece
the creation was featured in many well known Miniature magazines.
it is an original one off piece signed and dated
Price £235.00 ono
note the accessories are not within the price
for more pictures visit http://www.pauldaveydollshouses.com/
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