Gill Mooney

Gill Mooney

Luton , England / A lifelong love of the details in miniature and doll houses
Gill Mooney
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A box is always big enough for another kitten More

Oh crap, here he comes. Can I come in the box? No, you won't fit. You are too fat. I've been eating salad. The box isn't big enough. This box is plenty big. You are crushing me. I told you so.

RARE TRIANG SPOT-ON PRAM | eBay

RARE TRIANG SPOT-ON PRAM | eBay

The Peggy Lines Dolls House, 1936 This Dolls House was especially made at the Lines Bros. workshop for Henrietta Katherine Peggy Lines, know...

The Peggy Lines Dolls House, 1936 This Dolls House was especially made at the Lines Bros. workshop for Henrietta Katherine Peggy Lines, know as Peg, the third child and eldest daughter of Walter Lines joint founder and chairman of Lines Bros.

Pre-war Tri-ang Dolls House Size 60 boxed (Fitted with Electric Light) 1930 s

Pre-war Tri-ang Dolls House Size 60 boxed (Fitted with Electric Light) 1930 s

Triang Princess 2 Description of the Princess 2 from the 1939 catalogue: Larger model. Four rooms. Five electric lights. Bathroom with dummy bath, kitchen with dummy sink and gas stove. Garage with opening doors. Otherwise similar to No.1’ 47.5 inches [119 cms] wide 18 inches [45 cms] deep 31.5 inches [78 cms] high

Triang Princess 2 - Four rooms. Five electric lights. Bathroom with dummy bath, kitchen with dummy sink and gas stove. Garage with opening doors.

Triang "Princess Elizabeth" Dolls House, No.6518, 1930's, modelled on Princess Elizabeth's (now Queen Elizabeth II) "Y Bwthyn Bach" (The Little House).

Triang "Princess Elizabeth" Dolls House, modelled on Princess Elizabeth's (now Queen Elizabeth II) "Y Bwthyn Bach" (The Little House).

A Tri-ang dolls’ house DH/61 1930s, with painted thatched roof, cream walls, painted timbers and

A Tri-ang dolls’ house with painted thatched roof, cream walls, painted timbers and