Victorian Dollhouses - Choose the best embedded with English Culture
Victorian Dollhouses have created their own specific place in doll house world for the type of class that it represents to the doll house collectors. Victorian Dollhouses known among doll house connoisseur for the depiction of English culture and tradition in them.
When the Victorian Dollhouses started initially they were an expensive item and afforded by rich only and designed in manner to be fit only in a cabinet.
From outside, those Victorian doll houses used to seem like a regular piece of furniture. While after opening them up inside a multi-room Victorian Doll houses would be visible with furniture of various small scales but adept craftsmanship. The dolls in these doll houses were made of crude wood, or wax.
Till the end of 19th century the Victorian doll houses became popular among children and in nurseries. The earliest Victorian Dollhouses had designs and patterns like needlepoint rugs, furniture upholstered in silks, fine wood furniture. The dolls in early 19th century houses were wood, but no longer crudely made. By the end of the century, dolls' house dolls were made of glazed china, and then bisque.
Customized Hawthorne House is one of the fabulous Victorian doll houses that are known for special patterns that you will get at minishop. This is the only remaining house that is completely finished and furnished inside and out on our shelves, and the only finished model we have that is electrified!
The Victorian Series from Real Good Toys' New Concept Line are a variety of Second Empire style. As with, all New Concept houses, it is made with cabinet grade 5-ply plywood. It has Housework windows and working doors. This house is completely finished inside and out, electrified, wallpaper, carpet, tile floor, and more. It has also been customized with additional windows and doors.
The Second Empire in France inspired a highly decorative, sometimes garnish style in architecture. Americans took traditional components and combined them with the "contemporary" Mansard style to create what many people today consider the archetypical Victorian. The 3200 series is an effective melding of the elements of American architecture extant in the 1870's.
Princess Anne Victorian doll houses are another one of the magnificent doll houses piece you will get at minishop on most reasonable rates. The Princess Anne has 6 rooms. This house is beautifully finished as shown. Unique Victorian cedar shingle style you will found in its embroidery and art work. It has upgraded porch posts and railings, Victorian hooded windows, working door.
To view the full range of Victorian Doll houses, we provide you free catalogue online or you can e-mail us to get further information.