"Queen Mary's Rooms" 1920-1924

These two rooms were made by David Allan, who worked in Buckingham Palace where he was responsible for the textiles and upholstery. Queen Mary collected the furniture and all the other miniature items with which the rooms were decorated. She gave the rooms to the Museum of Childhood in 1924, the same year that the famous Queen Mary's Dolls' House, on display at Windsor Castle, was made as a tribute to her. Please visit my website around the dolls houses http://www.ottini.eu/

Video provided by: Le Room Boxes di Ileana Ottini


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