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30th Anniversary

30th Anniversary of The Dolls House Emporium

October Anniversary Plate

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

October PlateMontgomery Hall dolls’ house has been in The Dolls House Emporium range for eight years and has recently featured in a fashion shoot for Company Magazine with Peaches Geldof.


July Anniversary Plate

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

In 2007, The Dolls House Emporium introduced Lake View.  A radical change from the traditional view of a dolls’ house, Lake View featured a full height window and mezzanine level. Fitted out with a spiral staircase and designed to be the perfect modern residence with open plan living, Lake View really was a bit of a departure from the previous dolls’ houses.

A grand design in miniature, we’re sure Kevin McCloud would approve.

June Anniversary Plate

Monday, June 1st, 2009

plate-juneThis month you can receive this charming Anniversary Plate featuring Holme Lodge FREE when you place an order for just £25. Here’s a little bit of the history behind the dolls’ house.

Introduced in 2003, Holme Lodge was designed with the Victorian Era in mind. The steeply pitched roof, gingerbread detailing and spiral staircases certainly made it stand out from the crowd. The dormer window and bay window on the ground floor add to those authentic Victorian touches and we’re sure houses just like this one would have graced many a smart Victorian street. The design is still popular today as the house lends itself to many enthusiasts’ tastes.

Do you own a Holme Lodge? We’d love to hear what you’ve done with your dolls’ house in our comments field below.

May Anniversary Plate

Friday, May 1st, 2009


We’re into the 5th of our series now and this month we have Mill Cottage for you FREE when you place an order over £25.

Introduced in the Autumn of 2002, Mill Cottage was a new adventure for The Dolls House Emporium. The house was made entirely from of polyresin and designed by Mike Marsden of Yesteryear Homes.  With only 500 ever made, it was always intended to be a limited edition and it’s sure to remain a sought-after and elusive house for the serious collector.

Do you have a Mill Cottage? We’d love to see your photos, hear your stories and find out what you’ve done with yours.

Ask Jackie Part 1

Thursday, April 30th, 2009


30 years ago, a Tudor house designed by a family friend led to Jackie Lee and her then husband, Adam, starting up a quirky little company, selling dolls’ houses and miniatures. Who’d have known at the time that the company would grow to be the world’s leading supplier of dolls’ houses and miniatures? Amy Gutierrez interviews one of the country’s leading business women.


30th Anniversary Plate Collection

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