Saturday, February 18, 2012

Here is my charming "Ivy Cottage" that was made by the German Wagner firm. With the "Ivy Cottage" over the front porch it was most likely made for the English trade. It is a small house but it has alot visual rewards with its stenciled timbering and variety of windows. Come on in.......

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  1. hi louise.. this is so lovely.. lucky you saved the furniture, it belongs. :)

  2. that house is just perfect for that wonderful furniture... and I agree with you about the lamp. It often shows up in a photo more than it does in "real life!. Liz xxx

  3. Hello Christine and Liz....thanks for your visit and comments! This little house is one of my favorites probably because of all its charm. Thanks Liz about the lamp----you're right. Photos show things differently and that lamp needs to find a new home...haha. I can't imagine what lamp will look good in there however. Hugs to you both! Louise

  4. Es una fantastica casa, me encanta es preciosa.
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  5. There is a wonderful dollhouse section in the Stockholm Museum of Antiquities. There are at least 20 dollhouses from various centuries on display. I will try to upload some photos to show.

  6. Hello Annelyse...thanks for your comments. I don't think you can put pictures on my site but feel free to email them to me at as I would love to see them. Thanks...Louise

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