12th Scale Timber Framed Dollhouses by Historic Miniatures

 

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We are proud to announce that we are now undertaking commissions to build any timber framed dollshouse to your exacting design specifications and requirements.
Your dollshouse or unique model can be of a timber framed building in existence, such as Hall's Croft in Stratford-on Avon below, or a superbly crafted model of any timber framed building you can think of. The choice is yours.
If you own a timber framed house, our highly skilled craftsmen can model it for you. The dollhouse can be modeled in any scale. However, all our current examples are in 1/12th scale (with the exception of one, which was built as a commission in 1/32nd scale).
All our models are built to the same exacting standards and consist of an authentic jointed timber frame, made from seasoned English Oak. All of the rooms are accessible via pivoted, concealed panels on the outside walls, or occasionally a hinged or lift off roof.
Interior details include: Oak floor-boarding, solid stone flags or quarry tiles on the ground floor, fully working hinged oak doors and glazed 'leaded' windows.
All interior and exterior paintwork is by Farrow and Ball and the roof tiles and brickwork is by master craftsman Richard Stacey.
As they say "The Devil is in The Detail" and no expense is spared in the fine authentic and historically accurate details. All of our craftsmen were once in the trade and have many years experience working on original 'Black and White' (Timber Framed) buildings here in the UK.
All in all a dollhouse from Historic Miniatures makes a unique and exclusive gift idea, whether for a Birthday, Christmas or any special occasion or that one special person.
All of our models and dollhouses are build in the United Kingdom by Historic Miniatures.
We would be very happy to discuss your project with you and you can contact us here.
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Copyright Jon Price.Historic Miniatures. 2015

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