Doll's house furniture
Dolls' houses and furnishings
Wood, cardboard and felt
Each table - 25 mm (height); 30 mm (diameter), Each bucket shaped chair - 32 mm (height); 22 mm (diameter), Each felt armchair - 40 mm (width); 30 mm (height); 30 mm (depth), Rocking chair - 43 mm (width); 55 mm (height); 82 mm (depth), Each part of the train (min) - 32 mm (length); 20 mm (height); 25 mm (depth), Each part of the train (max) - 40 mm (length); 20 mm (height); 25 mm (depth), Christmas tree - 100 mm (height); 45 mm (diameter)
National Trust Museum of Childhood (Accredited Museum)
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Part of a collection of doll's house nursery furniture (contents of Mrs Harvey's doll's house, inventory number - 665940). The furniture consists of the following items; Two circular, wooden, blue painted tables with three legs. Two small bucket shaped chairs, with a black base inscribed with 'Norge' in white paint. The backs of the chairs are edged in red or green and decorated with a painted flower. Two red cardboard armchairs covered in red felt and trimmed with gold coloured Christmas tinsel around the bottom. The base of the chairs is wood with the number '219' handwritten on them in pencil. A blue painted wooden rocking chair. The back is snapped off and one arm is missing. The back piece of the chair is decorated with a colour transfer depicting a girl and boy dancing within a flower border. A wooden toy train consisting of the steam locomotive, with six wheels, a flat carriage with four wheels, a cylindrical carriage with four wheels and a curved carriage with four wheels. The parts of the train can be joined together with metal hooks and loops. They are unpainted. An artificial Christmas tree, decorated with coloured pieces of plaster. The pot the tree is sitting in is circular and is painted red with silver coloured horizontal lines. Inscribed on the bottom is 'Farley Reg 1954'. This plaster pot could be a teasel. Total number of items is 13.
Marks and inscriptions
On the side of the bucket shaped chairs: 'NORGE' On the bottom of the felt chairs: '219' On the bottom of the christmas tree: 'FARLEY / REG / 1954'
Makers and roles
Farley , maker