diane32277 on Jul 5, 2016
I love this! It is even nicer than it appears in the pictures. Also, shipping was very fast.
MadForLittleThings on Jun 29, 2016
The item arrived ahead of schedule. The shop owner went to a lot of trouble to give me an item that was tailored to my individual needs. Their patience and high standards, creativity and beautiful design are just awesome. I hope to be a frequent customer.
cupcakes2u on Jun 27, 2016
This one needs an alarm, all the locals want it !!!!! Having fun at the shop !!! Great Seller !!
Creating a peek into the past and what might have been
On and off over the years one of my favorite creative pursuits has been dollhouse miniatures. My style for these tiny treasures is primarily medieval, Tudor, and fantasy. After not being active in miniatures for nearly 20 years, my interest in them has been reignited and I started creating new pieces again about 6 years ago.
Much of my inspiration comes from history, books, music, and a rather quirky imagination. I envision my miniature medieval furnishings as those most likely to be in a knight's manor house, or the townhouse of a prosperous merchant, the cozy cottage of a master craftsman, or even a fine inn, but not in a grand palace. Also, In those long ago times, people didn't change their furniture every 20 years or so like we do today. Things were kept down thru the generations, so it would be perfectly acceptable to find a 15th century livery cupboard in an 18th century home.
Even though I tend to specialize in medieval and Tudor themed miniatures, I don't like to restrict myself to things that were common only in Europe and England. Not only were many treasures looted from the Middle East during the crusades, but the Vikings had trade routes that extended far beyond what many people would guess. For this reason I sometimes like to create miniatures with a more exotic influence. And, sometimes I just envision what might have been.
Owner, Maker, Designer
I'm happy and a bit quirky, and quite pleased to be spending my retirement creating small things of beauty.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
I also accept payment with Etsy's Direct Checkout with credit cards.
Purchases that total $40 or more will be insured. The USPS requires that domestic packages that are insured for $200 or more must also be signed for.
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