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David Dawes Last Ride 
 
The "safety" rocking horse, in white, is a favorite among collectors. Since David has retired, I only have three of these left.  Please click on picture for an enlarged version. 


$234.00






Cane Mutiny?
 
These are classy gold hooked canes. They are made by hand. Those on the left are known as "goose head canes" and on the right are called "hook top canes". Please click on the picture to enjoy an enlarged version. MANY NEW CANES AVAILABLE.


$25.00
Each



Marie-France Beglan
 
Every dollhouse needs a few. These are hand-made umbrellas. They come in all colors and designs. The vases that hold the umbrellas are hand made and hand painted. Please click on the picture for an enlarged version.


$29.00

$19.00
And
$29.00
For Vases



Vanderwert Corners You

 
Probably the most utilitarian piece you can buy for you dollhouse or room box is this Regency Period open corner curio. Made of beautiful cherry wood, it takes little space and can display your favorite ornaments. Please click on the image to enjoy a magnified view. 


$254.00



Vintage Sleepy Hollow Chair

I couldn't believe this chair, it's a gem! It made of leather, tufted and brocaded with a fine material. The chair is etched on the bottom with a "W" and has the original price tag as well. Please click on the image to enjoy an enlarged version.
SOLD


$125.00




A Masterful Whitford Oil

This oil painting captures the essence of a "Summer Dress." Is is the type of seasonal dress or is it the actual dress that is the focus of the picture? 3 inches by 2.5 inches. Please click on the picture to enjoy a magnified version.



$350.00



Whitford Portrays Nobility
 
This Family Portrait, called "A Noble Family," exemplifies the 16th and 17th century nobility. Whitford captures the tone of the period perfectly.




$395.00



Whitford Warms The Oils

A finely made hand-painted replica of Rubens' "Le Chapeau de Paille". The beauty and warmth are captured here in miniature as only Whitford can do. Circa 1630's. 3 inches by 2.5 inches. Please click on the image to enjoy a magnified view.



$385.00



Chris Whitford's Seashore

" Lacroir de Marseille" portrays the rocky coast of Marseillein a fine, detailed and colorful manner. This painting would add luster to any room setting. Please click on the image to enjoy an enlarged version.



$438.00



Whitford Plays Cricket

By George, I do believe Jiminy Crickets would be proud of this oil. Take a look at the faces of the children. You can almost feel the mischief in the air. Please click on the image to enjoy a magnified view. "Cricket" is an apropos title for endearing oil. Cricket began in the early 16th century and became the British National Game by the 18th century. Please click on the image to enjoy a magnified version of the picture.


$395.00




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