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A closer look at Tudor style…

August 19th, 2008

Tudor houses have tremendous appeal. The fact that so many have survived for over 400 years is astonishing enough, but when you see a real building, with its oak timbers and gently sagging roof, its plaster infill that may be coloured ochre or terracotta, the ancient glass in the windows, the decorative gable ends and a 16th century date carved above the lintel, the impression of great age is reinforced.

Now that world travel is so common, visitors to England from overseas are able to marvel at such houses, and the dolls’ house hobbyists among them immediately want to recreate that lost world of the Tudors in 1:12th scale.

For the ultimate in Tudor style, look no further than The Dolls House Emporium.  Stratford Place is an exceptional Tudor style dolls’ house, offering authentic period details such as galleried hall, jettied first floor with balcony, ‘leaded’ windows and ‘oak’ internal and external doors.  Stratford Place is available fully built, decorated and lit or as a kit for you to assemble yourself.

Visit www.dollshouse.com now to view this magnificent residence in all its glory, but hurry, Stratford Place will be discontinued on September 1st!


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