Queen Mary's Dolls' House

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Abbeville Press, 1988 - Antiques & Collectibles - 191 pages
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Built by Sir Edward Lutyens in the early 1920s, this famous dolls' house was presented to Queen Mary as a gesture of goodwill from prominent artists, craftsmen and authors. It reproduces in miniature an established way of life between the wars and is described and illustrated in this book.

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User Review  - Mary Warnement - Goodreads

This was a Xmas gift from my mom, so I was inclined to like it for that alone. It also reminded me of the three doll's houses I received on diff Xmases as a child. The description in this is ... Read full review

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