Page 1. Front Cover of magazine
Page 2. Contents
The Tale of Winsford House by Celia Thomas
Page 3. Homemade Australian Dolls Houses by Rebecca Green
Page 4. The History of Moko Toys by Wendy Gater
Page 5. Very Rare Dol-Toi Glass Pieces by Eleanor Brown
Page 6. Nelson Villa - A Piece of Flat Pack Furniture by Daniel Brookbank
Page 7. Rare Antique Miniatures by Sue
Page 8. G. & J. Lines Bros No.37 Dolls House by Marion Martin
Mouselow Dolls by Alison Luck
Page 9. Conway Valley Company by Rebecca Green and Wendy Gater
Page 10. Barton Fireplaces - A small Visual Guide by Claire Quick
Page 11. G. & J. Lines Ltd 1931 Bungalow by Marion Osborne
Page 12. "A Box of Memories"- Breast Cancer Campaign by Celia Thomas
Page 13. To Restore or Not to Restore Part 2 by Wendy Gater
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Celia Thomas has been a professional miniaturist now since 1997 trading as KT Miniatures and has had numerous articles published in various publications over the years. During the course of time, she has seen dozens of vintage dolls houses come and go but just occasionally something very special comes along. Winsford House was thought to be just another 1960’s dolls house on first inspection, but when renovation began, a lovely discovery was made which saw this dolls house turn into something quite unique indeed.
This is a very brief story of the tale that this little dolls house revealed and includes details on how it was renovated to bring it back to its former glory, with handy tips on vintage dolls house restoration. One of these tips includes detailed information on how to replicate vintage dolls house brick paper.
At the handy smaller A5 size with 28 full colour pages along with laminated front and back covers, this book is the first in what will be a whole series on not only vintage dolls houses, but miniature projects based on the 1930’s/1940’s era.
Price £5.99 each plus P&P.
Available only directly from http://www.ktminiatures.com/ from