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Appearing as it would have in the Etrennes catalogs of its day, is a marvelous French Epicerie that features its original products still tied in place. Circa 1890-1900, this wooden market stall retains its original paint finish in good condition, and features turned wooden bottles, glass bottles, a metal balance scale, plus a plethora labeled carton boxes. In addition, there are four wooden-fronted drawers for the storing of even more goodies, although one is missing its paper label.
A marvelous all original toy that is, in itself, a time capsule from sweeter days.

Measures: 19 3/4" wide x 5 3/4" deep x 15 1/2" tall








Obviously great for display in a large-scale dollhouse, or room, this handsome piece will also appeal to the collectors of miniature furniture, due to its classic styling.
What we have here is an American, rococo revival,
triple medallion back Sofa that features a wooden frame with a bit of carving, the original ebonized finish showing normal wear, and bead tufted red satin upholstery.
A rarity that remains in very good condition overall.

Measures: 5 7/8" tall x 10 1/4" long x 4 1/2" deep








Wonderful French Sidechair of turned wood, complete with a hand caned seat that has been made much more comfortable with a silk brocade cushion. The handsome piece is freshly waxed, remains intact with a glowing patina and is in very good condition overall.

Measures: 12 ¼” tall x 6 5/8” wide x 5 ½” deep

Thank you.








Whenever possible, we like to use original works of art in our own fashion doll scenes at home. Now you can too, with this lovely French pastoral scene that is hand painted and beautifully housed behind convex glass and placed in an ebonized frame. The piece is signed middle/lower right, we cannot make out the signature - but exquisite just the same!

Measures: 5 7/8" wide x 5 3/4" tall








Exquisitely-crafted, English, mahogany Center Table featuring a graceful center pedestal, and a base that rests upon shaped feet, all retaining the original lustrous French polish finish.
Perfect for a petite fashion, or early doll vignette using dolls who stand approximately 12-15" in height.
Of fine quality, and in wonderful condition, circa 1840-60.

Measures: 5 1/4" tall x 8 1/4" wide x 8 1/4" deep









Charming oil on canvas, dating circa mid-nineteenth century, featuring a mother, and her children pulling the youngest, an infant, in a wheeled carriage, accompanied by the family dog.
The work is well done, the subject sweet and innocent, and the palette lovely.
Signed lower left "Henrietta O'Hara" - showing scattered repairs on the reverse, and framed in a contemporary frame of very nice quality.

Measures: 18 1/4" tall x 23" wide









Wonderful French mahogany Lit Bateau with flame mahogany sides (fracture to one), in a marvelous petite size. With extraordinary eighteenth-century silk coverlet and bolsters, features include fine embroidery and fabulous fringed trimmings.
A gorgeous vibrant palette! Circa 1830, this piece would define a bedchamber in a large-scale dollhouse.
Measures: 6 ½” tall x 11” wide x 5 5/8” deep.









Early, faux-grained, German Side Cabinet that will be perfect in your room setting that features early dolls such as Grodner Tal woodens, for example. Details include a white marble top and a glazed door. You can create a lovely collection of miniatures and display them upon the shelves.
Great in a large scale early dollhouse as well, this piece is in good condition, showing normal wear.

Measures: 6" wide x 2 3/8" deep x 7 1/4" tall









Lovely French wicker Picnic Basket featuring an unusual faience soup set in its original boutique presentation under a string net. Includes six soup bowls with matching lidded tureen, two fancy glass goblets, an amber wine bottle, two printed cotton napkins and cutlery secured with red silk bows. The footed basket is edged in red and cream-colored intricately crocheted trim. A charming accessory for bebes with an appetite, that measures 12” tall to top of handle x 10” wide.









Italian, beautifully carved wooden plaque featuring two winged Putti. The two are exquisitely finished in real gold leaf over deep red bole, and feature a paper export sticker on the reverse.
In good condition showing shrinkage cracks, and illustrating a lustrous patina.

Measures: 5" high x 10" wide x 3 1/2" deep









Some of you are probably aware that besides the production of fine dolls, the Huret firm was responsible for creating a large line of human-sized furnishings in wrought iron. The creations included tables of many varieties, plant stands, cradles, doll furniture of course, and firescreens such as the one shown here.
This screen, of cast and twisted iron, rests on metal casters, features a gilt painted finish (refreshed), and a colorful tapestry over an oval metal frame that pivots on axis, in order to deflect heat we suppose.
An impressed HURET mark can clearly be seen on the base, and overall the condition is excellent.
(Shipping costs for this heavy piece will be an additional charge.)

Measures: 20 3/4" wide x 11" deep (at base) x 42 1/2" tall

Thank you, B.

Since we all know time flies, you will have your doll at home in your arms in no time at all!

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