Friday, 15 August 2014

Huge Amount Of G&J Lines Plus Tri-ang Restoration Pieces Now For Sale

I have been having a mega clear out of boxes from my workroom today....of all sorts of bits and pieces that were put aside for restoration. However, many of these pieces I have had for a long while and I've still not used, so I think it's most definitely time to sell them onto anyone who will find them useful.
I have some c1915 metal glazed windows that came from a very sorry G&J Lines No 71. dolls house. 

There is even a metal door and frame kept from the same house....ok, the hinged tabs may have long snapped off but with a bit of ingenuity, this can be overcome...as seen below.
Here is a picture of how someone else got over this problem....basically thick foil (type from the top of a wine bottle), cut into strips, then threaded through the slots and pinned to the inside fabric of the actual dolls house.....very clever!
There are some various front wooden cut out panels from an ancient Stockbroker....again, I have had these for a very long time, thinking that they would be useful in restoration but after 5 years, I still hav'nt used them...so it is time for them to go. There are some side panels too. 
There are some extremely old Tri-ang steps....
There are three different sets of big and small scale Tri-ang garage doors.
There is also a plastic window from a Tri-ang Queen Anne dolls house.

All of these plus lots  more can be found on the following KT Miniatures' page:

4 comments:

Clara Garcia Crespo said...

Muy bien, les das una nueva vida. Yo también debería hacerlo.
XD

KT Miniatures said...

Thank you Clara for taking the time to comment. Celia

Giac said...

Hello Celia,
I am glad you are selling them...I'm sure someone out there will love these pieces and bring them back to life.
Big hug,
Giac

KT Miniatures said...

Cheers Giac....it is good to know that these are being put to good use. Celia