photo by Barbara Sundberg
I especially love these German antique dollhouse dolls.
I purchased them from Curly Creek on Ruby Lane.
Aside from their detailed clothing, I think the wrinkles on their foreheads are marvelous. Here they are in the Tynietoy Townhouse livingroom.
The Grandfather doll has very detailed clothes. A Paisley sweater with a leather medallion glued on. He is wearing a brown wool shawl collar suit coat.
The elderly female has a very intricate beaded dress.
And a very interesting hair style.
She really has a lovely look to her.
I don't know much about these manufacturer of these dolls but they are very unique and important. They live half the year in the Christian Hacker, and half the year in the Tynietoy. Just like me visiting each coast, East and West.
Here they are being offered something refreshing from the Schnegass drinks table. All the other furniture is Tynietoy except the vintage music stand, 2 liquor bottles and the red Chinese vase on the baby grand. Oh and the two oval pastorals hanging on the back wall are from Francis Clay Antiques.
Grandmother is going to play us Mozart. :) CM