Faith Bradford's Dolls House

This miniature house was designed, decorated, and furnished by Faith Bradford (1880-1970). It is five stories tall with 23 rooms and contains over 1,354 small-scale components. The house is home to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Doll, their 10 children, two visiting grandparents, five servants and 20 pets. In 1951 Faith Bradford donated the Dolls' House collection to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, now known as the National Museum of American History.

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Troy said...

Great post! I had the opportunity to visit this dollhouse last year. It is pretty great. I also bought the book!

MiniMaker said...

Oh how fun! I would love to see it in person!!

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