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Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Just a little something

One of my 99 pence EBay purchases arrived today.  

I am sorry for the poor quality photograph I am being lazy and using my iPad rather than my camera.  

I trawled all over Wentworth Court and decided I couldn't find just the right spot for it, so I have (temporarily) stuck it to the inner door of the basement as a reminder of what this house is about.  It is like a warm full stop.

Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Welcome to Nicky and Otterine

Welcome to Nicky and Otterine.  Thank you for joining the followers of my Blog.  These are two very talented ladies and I've just bookmarked their sites and have to go now so I can spend hours trawling through them.........

Monday, 9 April 2012

Welcome to followers

Welcome to Ilonka.  What fantastic things to look at on your site.  Your family (and friends) are very lucky as I am sure they get the beautiful socks and sweaters and other things you make.

Welcome also to Paula.  Again, what a busy lady, all those projects to be working at and what a lovely place to live.  You can be just as isolated in a city, at least you have the fantastic views to compensate.  

Saturday, 7 April 2012

My advert on EBay for the Honeychurch

I have put the Honeychurch up for sale.  It cost me seventy-four pounds plus the trip to pick it up and a table to put it on.  Just in case you are interested (or anyone you know is interested) it is in the Dolls House section of EBay and looks like this.

This is a rare opportunity to buy a lovely shop made by Honeychurch.  These are few and far between and are rarely complete.  This one has everything. There is nothing missing and nothing broken.  It has been finished and used as a dolls house rather than a collectors piece and could go straight back into use as that but it would make a wonderful starting place for a miniaturist looking for something special.  It is made of plywood - no MDF in sight.  The base measures 23 inches by 15 1/2 inches.  If you email me I am happy to send precise measurements of each room or any other details you want.  I can also email more detailed photos if you need them.

There is the normal amount of wear on an item which has been used.

Pick up only is advisable.  This is from Bury, Lancashire (near Manchester).  If you want to arrange shipping that's also fine. 

I am happy to accept a PayPal payment or cash on collection.  No cheques please.