FOR SALE - miniatures, dollhouses and other special collectibles at my new FOR SALE BLOG! Sign-up to be a "follower" so you'll be notified when new items are posted! Stop by Grandma's FOR SALE Attic anytime! www.toysandtreasuresforsale.blogspot.com
AMERICA COOKS - An Album of Recipes, Food History and Folklore
For Sale: $25 I wrote this book with over 300 pages full of easy and delicious family recipes and wonderful history of America and its foods. For cooks and readers of cookbooks! Link- http://www.americacooks.blogspot.com/
Hello! Thanks for coming over to play in my attic! I love to share my dollhouse collection with other collectors and can't wait to see yours!Please feel free to ask questions and share your love of antique dolls houses with me!
Lovely Gold Country ~ Sierra Foothills, Northern California, United States
With years of fond memories of highly anticipated visits to my Grandma's attic, I fell in love with "anything old." I am an avid antique dollhouse and miniature collector, as well as a collector of anything that fits into my 1880's Gold County Victorian home. I am married, have two grown sons and four lovely grandchildren that I see often. I am now the Grandma...and I love that job! Come and visit my Grandma's Attic for toys and treasures with some for sale and some just for fun! I wrote a historical cookbook that is a "best seller" when it comes to fun, great recipes and interesting food history. You can own a copy too--whether you cook or just like history and fun facts. Enjoy!
Here is the interior of my "Ivy Cottage"- a little house by the German firm of Wagner.The interior papers are all original.This house was the perfect "home" for the very lovely and rare German Bing tin lithographed furniture that I've had waiting for years until I could find the house it needed to move in to.I hope you enjoy it!The furniture was found in South America and I'm thinking that it made its way there when some of the Germans flew out of the country at the end of WWII.(Click on photo to enlarge it.) (Note: looks like the soft metal standard lamp needs to move out as it sticks out like a sore thumb!)