I was taken back in time and across a great distance by these wonderful dolls. I saw them come in. They are handmade--there's one more I couldn't fit in the picture--and they are lovingly made.My sister-in-law from Philadelphia has a doll like this that has been sitting on a little chair in her living room for as long as I can remember. Don't they look squishable, dolls that are just meant for tea parties!
Talk about things out of the past. City Halls no longer look like this--except in our dreams. Each of these houses (about half a dozen or so remain) comes with their own lights and really, wouldn't this one be wonderful on a mantel?
A exquisite salad bowl and what look like satin ornaments. The bowl gets even better when you click on the picture!
Truly something from my past. This Santa looks like he's come over the North Pole, straight from Norway--and carrying a little Christmas tree, just for you. The plate is beautiful, so delicate--for bread or Christmas cookies?
The way to truly appreciate this beautiful crotched table cloth is to click on the picture. If you were fortunate enough to have a parent that enjoyed beautiful things you'd remember it being brought out for special occasions like Thanksgiving and Christmas. It needs a big table and a even bigger room to show it off.