Tynie reminder - it's voting day in the U.S. !
Friday, September 25, 2020
I am posting a few of my popular pictures from my Instagram Account. I have not had a lot of time to work on projects, but I do enjoy photographing miniature scenes.
This was my post on National Peach Day and my 1930's Schoenhut kitchen set.
I have been posting pictures of my Willits take-a-seat collection each week
Here was a post that I did for National Waffle day
On Tuesday's I post pictures of my TynieToy Collection. In this post I was illustrating the difference between TynieToy and this other German piece from the same period.
This was a post that I did on National Pierced Ears day. ( the plates are in fact earings)
This post was from National Bowling day ( poor attempt at humor)
This is actually not an Instagram post, but a Strombecker vanity top that I recently purchased on Ebay.
I'm going to make new legs and bring it back to life.
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
I was honored to have my TynieToy collection selected to be on exhibit at the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The exhibit is called "Tulsa Treasures: Private Collections in Public" The exhibit runs from March 15th - May 24th 2020
To see my Tynietoy collection click HERE or you can click on the Tynietoy label.
Thursday, March 12, 2020
Thursday, February 13, 2020
I have been having a lot of fun on my Instagram account recently.
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This was the broom challenge in my 1940's Kage House.
This post was for Galentine's Day - entitled Love Potion No. 9 and featured some 1:12 antique Strombecker pieces.
And this is my Valentine's Day post!
Earlier in the month I posted the picture entitled
"Mrs Peacock in the Goebel Miniatures Stuart Library with a candlestick"
I found this hard plastic pillow with a tiny tassel at an estate sale today. It is actually a small ring box.
Wednesday, January 29, 2020
I put together this photo for my Instagram page.
I am privileged to work in Tulsa Oklahoma which is home to some of the countries greatest Art Deco architecture. This miniature 3/4" scale furniture dates from that same period.
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Monday, January 20, 2020
Thursday, January 9, 2020
I was recently able to acquire some rare original George LeClerc chairs and a bench from a collector in Massachusetts.
George LeClerc worked for the Tynietoy Company in the 1920's - 1930's.
All of the pieces have upholstered seats and are 1:12 scale. The collector told me that Leclerc's wife did the uphlostery on these pieces.
LeClerc pieces are typically more detailed than the regular TynieToy pieces. These pieces are made from mahogany and are finished with black paper on the bottom.
To see the rest of my TynieToy collection click HERE