Synopsis by Laura Mahnken
Take a step back in time and visit the glamour and elegance of 1920s English high society on a very small scale. Queen Mary's Dolls' House presents a remarkable dollhouse unlike any other. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutgens, a famed architect, the house was given to Queen Mary in 1924 as a gift and is decorated with only the best furnishings available at that time. England's most sophisticated companies, including Wedgwood and Dalton produced their popular wares at 1/12 their original size. This amazing dollhouse also has a working elevator and phonograph that plays its own records as well as minute books of poetry lining the library shelves. This is one house tour you will not soon forget.
famous-structures, Britain, doll, house, queen [royalty]