CHARACTERS AND 'ACTIVE' PEOPLE 

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 Above: DH&MS project 'Monet's Kitchen at Giverney  Below: Featherstone Hall

A LITTLE BIT ABOUT THE PEOPLE:

All Dee-Daw Designs people are dressed and posed by Julie Jackson.

After years of creating busy room boxes, The Featherstone Hall Hotel and Theatre Royal projects for Dolls House & Miniature Scene magazine, all Dee-Daw dolls are doing something or on the way to do something!

All people are supplied fixed in position and (if applicable) in their chairs.

 

 

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Introducing The Governess, a new member of the Dee-Daw family.

She comes dressed in a long pleated skirt and smart navy jacket finished with a stylish feathered hat.

He gloved hands hold onto a very stylish pram in navy and cream with silver trim. inside and underneath layers of delicate lace is a baby in  lace bonnet.

To aid shipping she is not attached to the pram but is ready posed to stand in position hold the handles.

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Meet Claire, she is the perfect lady of the house or ladies companion.

She is fixed in her cream chair and will sit beautifully beside a desk or tea table (Shown below with the FLORAL DESK).

She holds a letter and envelope, and is sitting poised to read the contents.

Claire sits 13cm high 8cm deep and 8cm wide.

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This lady was inspired by one of the dolls created for the Dolls House & Miniature Scene magazine Theatre Royal project.

She works in the costume department pressing 'frocks' - but she could just as easily be used in dressmakers shop, below stairs in a large house or in the kitchen of a town house.

She comes with her ironing board and holds an iron in her hand.

Margaret stands 14cm high 11cm wide and 7cm deep (she is attached to her iron but not the ironing board).

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Meet Claudette. She was first made for the 'Monet's Kitchen' roombox project for Dolls House & Miniature Scene magazine, but she proved so popular I had to make her as part of my range - everyone knows a little girl just like her (Or were even her  themselves!)

She comes fixed in her chair, holding a mixing bowl with chocolate cake mix in it, and a wooden spoon with chocolate cake mix on it - never mind the quantity on her dress, apron and face too!

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Mary Sewing is another I first created for the Dolls House & Miniature Scene magazine Theatre Royal project.

She is one of the ladies in the costume department in the backstage area, but she will work as well in a dressmakers shop, below stairs in a large house or in the work room of town house.

Her sewing machine is threaded, and she is in progress with a dress - (a white part-made dress could be substituted if she was needed for a bridal shop - Just ask) there are also matching threads on her machine and she even has a tape measure around her neck!  She sits at a purpose made sewing table with the  machine's treadle mechanism below, and she is fixed sitting in a chair and attached to the table.

Mary sits 12.5cm high and is fixed to both her chair and sewing machine.

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Elsie is a young lady about to post a letter in a Royal Mail post box (post box included) and comes from the street scene collection.

These people are ideal to stand outsdide a house to make it look less bare and severe when the house is closed up.

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Maud was inspired by a commissioned doll I created to work at a lacemakers cushion.

She sits (fixed) in a gilt chair with william morris style tapestry upholstery, and is working on some embroidery in a wooden hoop in her hand. and is just about to pull through the needle in the hoop.

This doll is dressed in mint lace but can be custom made in any colour outfit and chair please get in touch for more details

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George is the first member of the Dee-Daw 'Club Set' - a group of gentlemen who wouldn't look out of place in a Pall Mall club where men go to escape and relax!

George was first created to sit in the reading corner of Featherstone Hall library bar (and snooker room!) - But right from the start he was a favourite of the crowds, and one of the first dolls in the Dee-Daw range. ...And if I had a penny for everyone who asks me 'has he got a head under that paper?' I'd be rich! (he does by the way and I still can't work out why people ask!)

He sits in a wing back armchair with his legs crossed and is carefully inspecting the small print of the newspaper draped over his head trying not to snore too loudly! He is available sitting in a Brown or Red chair to match most decorative schemes.

George is smartly dressed with grey trousers and black jacket and a pocket watch hangs from a chain accross his waistcoat. In one hand he holds the newspaper, and the other his reading glasses.

George is fixed in his chair and measures 11.5cm high, 7cm wide and 9cm deep.

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Albert was created to go with my range of desks, as he sits in a chair holding an envelope and letter, and is shown above with the GENTLEMANS DESK (available in the DESKS section).

He is smartly dressed with white shirt, grey jacket and trousers, and gold waistcoat and tie.

He is also wearing glazed spectacles which give him a more serious 'bookish' air,

ideal for sitting at a desk in a study or library. However, I also think he work well sitting at a breakfast table, beside a pile of newspapers, letters on a silver tray and with his kippers getting cold!

Albert is fixed to his chair and measures 12.5cm high, 6cm wide and 8cm deep.

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Edward is an extremely smart and handsome young man who is getting ready to go out to the opera.

He is not quite rich enough to have a valet and so is dressing himself in front of a mahogany oval cheval mirror. He also comes with a mahogany chair which holds his evening jacket, watch and chain and theatre tickets.

He stands in front of the mirror and is about to do up his bow tie, and holds an end in each hand with his shirt collar uptuned. This is the perfect set for a gentleman's bedroom, and will immediately bring the room to life

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Meet Jim! He looks great next to anything from a kitchen table (home delivery!) pushbike (I know hes a bit old!) or as in this case a model T Ford delivery truck! (take a look at the VEHICLES section)

He comes with straw boater which has a band of fabric round it which matches his apron. He carries both paper sacks of shopping or wooden crates (depending on the size of delivery!)

His glasses and thicK cream scarf show hes feeling his age and has had to make concessions!

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Thomas the valet is another character from Featherstone hall and is dressed as an 'upstairs' servant doing some of his 'downstairs' duties - in this case cleaning shoes!

He comes with a shoe cleaning unit packed with polishes cans and cloths, and holds a yellow duster in one hand and a shoe in the other.

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Meet Byron! Whilst he is not so 'Mad, Bad and dangerous to know' as him namesake Lord Byron, he does have something about him!His is a one off - he did start out as a George but I couldn't put a newspaper over his face - so I dressed him differently so he can sit and observe the world from his armchair -he is special.

He sits (fixed) in a black leather armchair with lace armcaps and antimacasser. He is holding theatre tickets and a small glass of spirit.

He has grey pinstripe trousers, grey waistcoat and black jacket - his white shirt is tied with a ribbon bow rather the usual bow tie, in the style of Oscar wilde or Aubrey Beardsley.

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