I could stand here and look and enjoy this corner for an hour and not see it all. Bits of early textiles tucked in and used as doll clothing also add to the setting immensely. Three little Calico books of Tasha's are on a shelf. A tiny doll by Dixie Redmond sits in a cradle. Several Steiff animals are part of the mix, and of course some of the doll furniture was made by my husband Jack O'Neill. The tin sconce is an early piece by Jim De Curtin. (Someone who knows please correct my spelling so I can do it right.)
A large beautiful Jenny Lind Bun China sits in the center.
Here is the award winning precious little Cinderella made by Jan Conwell.
There are friendly mice on her head scarf and shoulder as well as a wee bird on top of her broom.
Penny is an accomplished weaver. On top of her loom are sample ends of a coverlet and a blue and white blanket she has woven. Peeking out behind is a red and mustard floor cloth just completed for a friend. Barb especially enjoyed the weaving.
There are treasures to enjoy in every room, A cupboard Jack made is filled with pearlware by Penny's talented friend Denise. The wooden candle sticks were made by Jack also.
This grouping is in a third bedroom. Penny made the bear, one of several she has tucked around.
I apologize for the glare, but wanted to show the little redware plate the doll is holding made years ago by Nancy C.
In the living room is a ship model made by a brother in law. I hope to borrow it for a still life painting I am planning. e