Queen Mary's Dolls' House
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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Anthony Berry architect artists basement Berry Bros bottles British Empire Exhibition Buckingham Palace cabinets carved ceiling cellar chairs chimney piece china colour commission copy Cradle cypher damask designed by Lutyens dining room donated door dozen drawer drawing room electric Empire Exhibition filled firm furniture garage garden Gertrude Jekyll gift glass ground floor House library housekeeper's inches high inches long inches wide ivory Jekyll King George King's kitchen leather linen room Lutyens designed Lutyens's main rooms Mansfield Street marble Mary Lutyens mezzanine floor miniature motor nanny night nursery painted pair Palace of Arts passenger lift Peter Pan photographs picture Poems portrait Princess Marie Louise Princess Royal's Purdey Queen Mary Queen Mary's Dolls Queen's bedroom royal coat saloon scullery silk silver silver taps Sir Edwin Lutyens Sir Herbert Morgan south side staff bedroom stored teacloths throughout the house tins Twining Model Vintage walnut wardrobe Wembley Windsor Castle wine wood