This doll was already an antique when given to my mother by her nanny around 1935. She has two faces, sad (showing) and contented. Her head turns to reveal the other face. She is sitting in a hand-crafted miniature wicker carriage made by Sammy Smith.
This is my original dollhouse family I've had since I was 9 (they were already old when I got them). They were my mother's first. The mama doll is actually a pin cushion (under her skirt.) Her husband is quite short, but a very nice man all the same! I painted his hair when I was young. I think he is a natural blonde.
The steamer trunk (and all its contents) and hatbox were made by my friend Chris in England. The dolls are by Dolls, Dolls, Dolls.
This doll was made by London Supply, of England. She is posed with a Bespaq teacart, loaded with Bespaq dishes and tea set.
By Sammy Smith. She is attended by tiny water babies. The mermaid has clusters of shells and roses in several places, including a wreath on her head. Sammy also made the "rock" she is sitting on.