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The Japanese were adept at copying the doll furniture that was being made in the United States during the 1950's. This set was modeled after the popular "Pert Pat" furniture. The quality is perhaps a notch below the American-made but is very nice and the tartan plaid upholstery is adorable.

The set consists of a settee measuring 7" long, 6" tall with a seat depth of 5 1/2". The dimensions of the chairs are similar except the width is about 4". Shown here with 8" dolls (not included).

The solid wood frames are assembled with small brass tacks and the cushions are removable. The bottom seat is backed with cardboard which slides into notches on the frame back and nestles into the front. The back cushions tie to the frame.

All are in excellent condition with no wear or fading of the thick fabric and just minor signs of play wear to the frames. Very sturdy with no breaks or repairs.

The frames are stamped and the cushions retain small white tags reading 'Japan".

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Mid-Century Doll Furniture - Settee Rocker and Chair with Tartan Plaid Upholstery for 8 Inch Dolls


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