Dolls' Houses Past & Present

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


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My older sister started me into miniatures many years ago.  I started building my own house from scratch (literally), but alas with two young ones on the go, it was put on the back burner until 2 years ago when I resurrected the bare bones from the basement, and I've been plugging on since.  Last year I "inherited" two large homes - one is a Lines DH15 (aka "the big one") and the other is a Georgian home which apparently was on display at the Philadelphia Exhibition in 1876 (I have yet to verify this).  After I finish my doll house, I will be starting on one of the older homes......

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Reply Susan Milmore
8:56 AM on April 17, 2012 
Hi Mary, I forgot you also got that enormous Lines house! I took home the Mystery house and have started removing the dark varnish covering the floors and finding that they are really wonderful underneath, so I am taking my time to do it slowly. Do you get Antique Doll Collector Magazine? I have an article about a really nice house in the upcoming issue and will post pictures of it on my website afterwards. I ahve a feeling your Philadelphia house is not as old as they thought and probably dates to the 1920's, but it would be interesting to try to find out - it's a beauty!!! Lucky you - I was so pleased when you got it and I remember we all clapped under the tent for you! Beautiful day...
6:50 AM on January 21, 2012 
hello! I've been trying to send you a message about my Tri-ang wallpaper but can't tell if it's gone or not.Please could you message me if you received it.Good wishes,Marel