Tynietoy Manor aka the arts and crafts bookcase in my living room.
Below stairs the cook is making tea and the maid is working on a fresh green salad. Both are for the servants' lunch.
She had some fun doing shoots with the antique cameras and developing some of the films that came with them.
She graduated five years ago and left the cameras with me when she flew the nest. I decided that the bookcase could be put to better use.
You will probably also notice a few strangers in the house. Most noticeable is a giant Prince Philip in the dining room. This Peggy Nesbit doll is waiting for the royal suite to be prepared - somewhere. Truth is I have no place for him. I just put him in here to keep him from getting dusty. You would think the Grandparents would have offered him a cup of tea by now.The butler is also in the dining room.
In the library is a lovey artist doll dressed as an 1820s lady. She looks right at home there. In the chair beside the piano is a 5 1/2" unmarked bisque head doll with glass eyes original wig & clothes.
Molly and Polly are in their rooms on the top floor.
I hope you enjoyed the visit.
8 hours ago