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My first dolls' house - a "collapsible" Gee Bee DH10C

Gee Bee DH10C parlour

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Gee Bee DH10C parlour
The side window is my own addition, I wanted to make curtains and there was no room for them on the sliding front of the house. The round table is made from the support for a wooden curtain rail found among my father's workshed scraps with a varnished jam-jar lid for a top, covered with a leather scrap decorated using a gold pen. The little chair is made from matchsticks. The doll has a wire "body" and clay head, hands and feet.
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10:07 AM on May 10, 2015 
It is having an "eye" for things isn't it?
Zoe H
3:33 PM on May 9, 2015 
Wow, I'm astounded by the creativity! That table is adorable.
3:22 PM on May 9, 2015 
This is so unique and individual.
12:36 PM on May 9, 2015 
Edel, there are some great ideas in your house, I liked the milk bottle make especially. Your wee chair is really lovely and nobody would guess it was a matchstick make. well done you...

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