Doll's house around 1930/40, 2-room-housing with toilet room, outside partly painted in wall optics, inside with 2 different flower wallpapers with circulating border from the time, oak floor, 3 bar windows to open unglazed; curtains and brocade drapery; in the toilet room a porcelain toilet w. cistern; the living room is furnished with oak furniture with carved floral reliefs: 1 buffet, 1 desk with inlay, 1 bookcase with small books, the middle door glazed, 1 vertica with glassed-in window. 1 table w. 4 chairs and 1 armchair, 1 piano w. mascaron carving, 2 round stools; 1 chaise longue and an armchair w. green cover and border; the bedroom also made of carved oak furniture w. flower relief, stained a little lighter: 1 double bed with carved frieze, 2 bedside tables, 1 linen cupboard w. mirrored middle door, 1 mirrored chest of drawers, 1 children's bed; in addition some glass: 2 vases, 6 striped drinking cups, 1 yellow/black centrepiece; some pewter with plate, plate, cutlery and candlestick, various books (modern), framed mirrors and pictures; LxWxH: 81/37/29 cm. Case with traces of age. The furniture is probably unique, these works come from a prison camp at the Baltic Sea.
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