I have quite a few new dolls in the house now. I was initially very firm about not mixing various dolls, and my first population was exclusively souvenir dolls who are slightly larger than 1:12. Then I got some other dolls, for instance these two lovely girls.
The master of the house is a souvenir doll for whom I made his whole outfit, including a sapphire ring on his finger. I also gave him long hair, made from knitting wool.
bisque doll in a antique shop at Portobello Road in London. I first thought I would make another dress for her, but then I saw that it would fit in nicely. She is not allowed to play with the two other girls, but has to sit in the chair with her knitting. The little boy in the sofa looks a bit scared. I bought this celluloid doll in an antique shop in Ely, and he was dressed like a German boy, in green knee-long trousers. I made him a dress of lace because this is whar small boys had to wear in those days.