Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Come And See Us This Saturday At Haddenham Dolls House & Miniatures Exhibition

Haddenham Dolls House & Miniatures Exhibition
Saturday 14th November 2015
10.30am - 4.00pm
Haddenham Village Hall
HP17 8EE 
Admission: Adults - £2.50/Children - £1.50

 This Saturday, KT Miniatures will be attending the Haddenham Dolls House & Miniatures Exhibition. I will have a 6ft stand filled with a selection of my handmade and antique/vintage miniatures. In the photos above and below, is a taster of just a few of the handmade and antique/vintage items I will be taking. 

Due to limited space I will not have any dolls houses for sale with me this time - sorry.  But as always, there should be one or two "Bargain Boxes" filled with an assortment of random old pieces for you to rummage through. Plus I will have some of Marion Osborne's books for sale (all three titles), but they will be behind my stand due to lack of table display space so please just ask if you come, are wanting to buy one of them but can't see them anywhere!

Between Robin of Coombe Crafts (my workshop colleague) and KT Miniatures stands, we will have an additional table of some of our Nostalgia In Miniature Workshop projects on display. Plus one or two of our old project prototypes will be available to purchase, as both Robin and I are rapidly running out of storage space and simply cannot keep them all. We shall also be putting up for sale our "Let's Go Camping Scene" that was featured in Dolls House & Miniature Scene magazine earlier this year. 

Several dolls house clubs from the surrounding area as well as individuals will be exhibiting their creations. There will also be some artisan/trader stands, so you will have an opportunity to do a bit of miniature shopping too.This delightful biannual event has been run for many years by Freda & George Dorrell  but they have finally decided to retire from organising. Thankfully though, Felicity & Ron Holland (organisers of the Thame Dolls House & Miniatures Fair) have agreed to take it on and keep it going.  

The Haddenham event gives miniaturist enthusiasts a unique opportunity to see the creations of some of the many very talented club miniaturists and individuals who would not normally exhibit their work. You will be able to peruse their inspirational creations at your leisure and members will be on hand to chat to you. The two chosen charities this year will be Hearing Dogs For Deaf People & Thames Valley Air Ambulance. 

Haddenham is just less than 2 miles from Thame and a few miles from Aylesbury, close to Junctions 6 & 8a of the M40, has its own Chiltern Line mainline station (Haddenham & Thame Parkway) with direct routes from Birmingham and London Marylebone.


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