For any doll house enthusiast, doll house vintage is a prized possession. Any doll house aged over 25 years comes under the category of doll house vintage. Though most of these doll houses are simple doll houses that were well preserved by their owners and they became a heritage item over the years. The best place to buy doll house vintage is a museum auction. Also, many doll house manufacturers organize special auction of their old doll house. Other than these sources, you can get these doll houses from online antique shops, doll house websites and individuals.
Though they may give you ample of choices and ability to compare prices, they do not ensure authenticity. A single doll house vintage, which wouldn’t have been more than $100 in worth, can cost over a thousand dollars. The price will usually depend on how old and exclusive is the doll house vintage. The Victorian, Gothic, English Tudor and other collector’s edition doll houses are very popular amongst the doll house and miniature enthusiasts who are keen on buying a doll house vintage.
The accessories of doll house vintage are as invaluable as the doll house itself. The hobbyists equally treasure them. These vintage accessories not only add value to the doll house but also lend a real world look to it. From ceramic, porcelain, wooden and metal figurines to little accessories like antique paper flowers, lighting, flooring, kitchen accessories, dolls, furniture, upholstery, doors and much more. You can just keep adding to your collection of miniature antiques. In fact they can be quite enchanting. However, when you buy accessories, furniture and other kits for such doll house ensure that they fit to the scale of the doll house, else they may appear out of place and a forced addition to the collection.