Victorian Doll Houses symbolizes the
grace and traditions of the great English culture. Victorian
doll houses that portray architecture of 17 century England
also known as baby houses give details of wealthy family homes
of that era. The earliest Victorian doll houses were made
in Germany and Holland by ladies as part of their fashion
and design studies.
With the start of 18th century the cabinet Victorian doll
houses emerged. During the closing of Victorian period doll
houses became immensely popular among kids. One of the fine
examples of Victorian doll houses is Queen Mary dolls house
that is on permanent display at Windsor Castle.
At dollhousecollectables.com you can get the Victorian doll
houses with all the charm and glory of Victorian era. We offer
doll house kits on 1/12 scale made from top quality birch
plywood, MDF and hardwoods. With each Victorian doll house
you will get instructions, glue, hardware, sand ware, and
detailed moulded windows.
At dollhousecolletables.com you can get graceful Victorian
doll houses in different styles and patterns. Jubillee house
belongs to late Victorian period. It is a doll house with
four story structure with six rooms all with internal doors.
The next popular doll house at our collection is Victorian
Doll house with Edwardian style built as four story cottage.
It has four rooms, all with internal doors, a side hallway,
landing area and two staircases with turned banister rails,
windows on four sides and external doors on two sides.
The other more attractive style of Victorian doll houses
is Georgian House with three story building with six rooms
for all Barbie dolls and all his friends. You can do wonderful
activities in central hallway and landing area of that doll
house with your Teddy and Barbie.
So you have wonderful choice for Victorian doll houses to
select from our collection of doll houses on most reasonable