Slot-together Victorian doll's house
$45.95 Add to basket
Box with book:
32 pages + 19 pages stickers
309 x 237mm
Author/Editor: Anna Milbourne
Illustrator: Barry Ablett and Jenny Hilborne
A brilliant idea for anyone who longs for a home for their dolls: a slot-together model to build with a book offering a fascinating look at life in Victorian times.
The Sunday Express
Children will love building this historically accurate Victorian doll's house in easy slot-together foam board pieces. Comes with furniture (even a tiny doll's house in the nursery), a family of four and their pets plus a book about life in a grand Victorian house.
Angels and Urchins
Step back in time with this fantastic interactive gift book. Slot
together the pieces to create a stunning doll’s house.
This toy works on many levels. It’s a craft project for parent’s to build with kids; there’s the play element once it’s complete; and the informative historic detail in the books whisks readers back to a bygone age.
Doll’s House and Miniature Scene Magazine
Build a historically accurate Victorian doll's house, complete with furniture, home accessories and a family of dolls. I know I would have loved this as a child!
All the fun of a real dolls' house without the price tag.
Right Start magazine
As someone who was never able to have a Doll's House as a child this saw all my childhood dreams come true. At last I have a beautiful house which even with my poor eyesight and arthritic 72 year old fingers was able to put together. I am looking forward to many happy hours playing with it. I would hope for further versions - houses through the ages perhaps?
tupenny, 6th January 2019
Fantastic Product with caveats...
This is a beautifully presented set that was a ton of fun to put together and learn about with my 4yo. I did the building and she had a blast putting the people in the house, arranging furniture, and making up stories. The artwork is amazingly detailed.
Irwin Dolobowsky, 27th December 2017
first class present
This is a brilliant find for any young girl. A refreshing break from all things computerised. My eight year old granddaughter and her aunt plus myself were enthralled with this, easy enough to put together and a treat to play with using your own imagination. Brings me back to my childhood playing with paper dolls, but this is far better quality.
carol corbett, 1st January 2017