Festival doll houses
• Festival doll houses
Kensington Festival dollhouse Kensington Dollshouse, which was first held in 1985, by far the most important for artists who are professionally engaged miniature works.
This festival - one of the world's largest exhibitions and sales of works of miniature art. It sells and beautiful, fully furnished dollhouses as a whole, and individual items of doll furniture, tiny dishes and even the napkins, watches and even products for the doll kitchen.
Moreover, all these acts as doll houses in life: every door may be open, each drawer a tiny table push. In these houses, even electricity and lights go watch, and caskets for sewing lie spool of thread.
Here are some of these wonderful masterpieces of collectible miniatures.
These oranges and bananas for the doll kitchens in every detail you can see, only armed with a good magnifying glass.
In order to cover these small tables where you can pick up and gelatinous jelly, and a half-eaten cake and a beautiful cake, and even a full set for the traditional Christmas dinner. And all of these models are made to exact scale.
These lamps are so small that their hands and take something hard, but, nevertheless, they are fully functional.
And this is the exact miniature replica of an old storefront Mulvany & Rogers. store project design included in numerous books about design.
In order to view these miniature masterpieces, can not do without a magnifying glass.
All these characters are waiting to buy and settle in any dollhouse.
chest of drawers for children's doll. All the boxes are put forward, like a real chest.
This tiny fireplace - a work of Sue Cook, master with 30 years of experience. Here everything is real, even casting.
Specially five craftsmen making miniature teddy bears from scraps work for Kensington festival. These teddy bears - Doll toy living in the doll house.
The company Platts Mini Packages for more than a hundred years makes all sorts of miniature packaging for miniature doll products. Here you can find models of packages of detergent, ketchup, soda bottles - all to scale.
The tiny jar of paste is barely visible on the palm, but the label and all the proportions of a real banks complied with flawless precision.
Tiny flower pots from Clive Brooker Miniatures.
Architecture doll houses from Tim Hartnell from Anglia Dolls Houses with absolute accuracy repeats the architecture of this prototype. The price of this masterpiece can vary from £ 1495 to £ 5300.
Dishes for doll houses, which made Paul and Janet Brownhill from companies Country Treasures, covered with this enamel and painted by hand. In the tiny jam jars true.
Susan Lee sews dolls shoes and handbags all areas of fashion and from any era in strict accordance with the requirements of shapes and materials.
Specialty Kim Sellwood - tiny doll chairs.