honeyandbee

Honey and Bee

Chapel Hill, North Carolina | 458 Sales

honeyandbee

Honey and Bee

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 458 Sales On Etsy since 2007

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Honey and Bee, Handmade Miniatures in Dollhouse Scales

I grew up with my mother's childhood dollhouse, and I've been making miniatures ever since I was able to use scissors and glue. Many of the things I make now are items I wanted for my own miniature settings but couldn't find anywhere else. Or if I did manage to find such items for sale, they were of a lower quality or higher price than suited me. Like Goldilocks, I was searching for what was "just right," and so I ended up making most things for myself, customizing them to suit my picky perfectionism.

I make miniatures that are worn, well-used, familiar and beautiful, things that make a house look comfortably lived in.

My miniatures are inspired by the age of enlightenment and the industrial revolution, from the 18th to the early 20th century. I love apothecary, medical, scientific and nautical antiques, natural history specimens, historic furniture, old books and paper, period costume, and everyday kitchen items.

I work primarily in 1:12 scale (1 inch = 1 foot), and occasionally other miniature scales. I welcome custom requests.

Whenever possible, I use archival, stable materials that will not fade, degrade or discolor with time.

If you are a miniaturist, print out my free Inch-to-Foot ruler! I keep one taped to the top of my computer monitor and refer to it constantly.

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4075/5440501614_f2a8077d06_o.gif

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Last updated on May 9, 2016
Welcome to Honey and Bee!

I make miniatures that are worn, well-used, familiar and beautiful, things that make a house look comfortably lived in.

My miniatures are inspired by the age of enlightenment and the industrial revolution, from the 18th to the early 20th century. I love apothecary, medical, scientific and nautical antiques, natural history specimens, historic furniture, old books and paper, period costume, and everyday kitchen items.

I work primarily in 1:12 scale (1 inch = 1 foot), and occasionally other miniature scales. I welcome custom requests.

Whenever possible, I use archival, stable materials that will not fade, degrade or discolor with time.

Print out my free Inch-to-Foot ruler!
http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4075/5440501614_f2a8077d06_o.gif

See more of my miniatures at my blog:
http://nid-dabeille.dreamwidth.org

-Grace

Accepted payment methods

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Paypal
Returns and exchanges
If your item is damaged or unsatisfactory, refunds and exchanges will be done on a case-by-case basis.
Payment
Paypal is my accepted payment method of choice. Please make your payment within 5 days of purchase. If no payment or communication is received, I will usually cancel the transaction and relist the item. You will still be able to repeat the purchase process.
Shipping
I ship by US postal service. After payment has cleared, I try to ship on the next business day, apart from custom-made items which may take a week or two to make. Shipping fees reflect the cost of postage and packing materials.

INTERNATIONAL:
I am not responsible for any additional VAT or customs fees on international orders, and I will not falsify information on customs forms. Customers are responsible for fees imposed by their own government.
Additional policies and FAQs
I only occasionally do custom orders and special requests. Feel free to ask.