Dollhouse Scale Miniatures: Facts and Fancies

Interesting article over at Etsy, Dollhouse Scale Miniatures: Facts and Fancies. They give an overview of the miniatures art form from historical to modern times. Also some beautiful photos, including some of the Thorne rooms and The Dollhouse Castle by Elaine Diehl pictured here (currently on loan to the Nassau County Museum of Art on Long Island, New York.)


Anonymous said...

Wow!, The castle is unbelievable. I would love to see this for real I admired all of the rooms shown, but didn't see any clocks. I'sure they are there somewhere. thanks for showing this Grace.

Caseymini said...

I have seen Elaine Diehl's castle. It used to reside here in Arizona when she had her shop in Sedona. It is even more impressive in person than on the website.

Grace, I love your webpages and visit quite often.

rosanna said...

Hi Grace, how many lovely things, and the books!
Will you send them to Italy? I have joined your followers,Thank for showing all of this Rosanna

TreeFeathers said...

Thank you, Casey, I hope you keep coming back! You are so lucky to have seen that castle in person, it must be amazing.

I just love castles, ever since I was a kid I've loved Colleen Moore's fairy castle, here's a link to it for all you readers out there:

Welcome, Rosanna, and thanks for your comments! I ship everywhere, and your order is on its way. Thanks! :)

TreeFeathers said...

Oops, here's that link active:


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