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  1. From the album: Metalwork

    This is one of Bill Hudson's Baby carriages from the late 1980's, fully sprung, folding leather top, etc

    © Wm. R. Robertson photo

    9 points
  2. From the album: Furniture 2

    © Wm. R. Robertson photo

    8 points
  3. From the album: Structures & Rooms

    Moderators note….. I think is one of the most realistically lit miniature photographs I have ever seen.
    8 points
  4. From the album: Accessory & Other Objects

    This 2" long chest is fully jointed with dovetailed drawers, working lock and trade label printed on period paper. The tools are all functional, the rule folds, the saw has 160 teeth to the inch, the dividers and calipers have friction hinges. This took nearly 1000 hours to make in the late 1990's.
    8 points
  5. From the album: Furniture 2

    Made of steamed pear wood. Marquetry with several types of veneer. Pillow is petit point on 72 count silk gauze.
    7 points
  6. From the album: Needlepoint

    Annelle taught this beautiful piece at Guild School in 2012. The frame was made by Dick Hardy and the brass candle sconces by Wm R Robertson.

    © Annelle Ferguson

    7 points
  7. From the album: Metalwork

    © Wm. R. Robertson photo

    7 points
  8. From the album: Furniture upholstered with needlepoint

    I think Annelle's petit point really compliments the William and Mary cabinet made by Bob Hurd so well.

    © Annelle Ferguson

    6 points
  9. From the album: Dolls, Figures & Animals

    Lamb Toy 1 1/2 inch tall. The coat was made by stitching French knots on Solvy. Once the Solvy was rinsed away, the stitched knots were applied in 1/2 inch to 1/4 patches to the lamb sculpt.
    5 points
  10. From the album: Needlepoint

    Also known among the miniature stitchers as Aunt Olga's carpet Stitched on silk gauze #40 with one thread of variagated hand dyed cotton The Gentle Art Size : 20,7 x 27,5cm (8" 1/4 x 11") 331 x 441 stitches The original carpet is on exhibit...in my summer house ! (inherited from my reknown russian aunt Olga)
    5 points
  11. From the album: Accessory & Other Objects

    The standing desk is copied from King Frederik VI's of Denmark on display at Rosenborg Castle, circa 1810.
    5 points
  12. From the album: Accessory & Other Objects

    18th C. French Ladies Spinning Wheel in 1/6th & 1/12th scales with original in background. Made of wood, gold, brass, steel velvet and vespel.

    © Wm. R. Robertson

    5 points
  13. From the album: Accessory & Other Objects

    Miniature English style Miter and Chariot planes with brass sides dovetailed to steel soles. Hard steel blades and rosewood infill. These can be set to take as little as a half of thousandth of and inch off per cut. Made by Wm. R. Robertson

    © Wm. R. Robertson

    5 points
  14. From the album: Structures & Rooms

    The hall and stairway of Twin Manors, one of a pair of 1/12th scale miniature houses

    © Wm. R. Robertson

    5 points
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  16. From the album: Dolls, Figures & Animals

    The Lab is carved of wood and furred. Some details are of other materials. The eyes are acrylic and the tongue is leather, for instance.
    4 points
  17. From the album: Textiles

    Designed and stitched by Teresa Layman. This was one of my IGMA Fellow submission pieces. The design was inspired from the end papers of a children's book called, "The Lady and the Lion" by Laurel Long. The piece has approximately 2000 French knots per square inch and took about 800 hours from start to finish.

    © 2014 Teresa Layman

    4 points
  18. From the album: Metalwork

    This Jens Torp enamel and 18K gold urn is based on a design by Fabergé. It can be seen inside Spencer House, the Spencer family’s ancestral home in miniature in the KSB Miniatures Collection.

    © KSB Miniatures Collection

    4 points
  19. From the album: Accessory & Other Objects

    A working copy of a 18th c. Octant featuring jointed ebony frame. engraved ivory scales, brass, glass and mirror optics.

    © Wm. R. Robertson

    4 points
  20. From the album: Dolls, Figures & Animals

    A little girl with a replica of a costume in the FIDMA in Los Angeles.
    4 points
  21. From the album: Needlepoint

    Stitched on silk gauze #40 with one thread of hand dyed cotton by The Gentle Art Size : 12 x 18,5 cm or 4" 5/8 x 7" 1/4 189 x 293 stitches The original is in my summer house along with the aunt Olga's and a chinese one not yet finished in miniature
    4 points
  22. From the album: Furniture 1

    Inlay 25 different woods.
    4 points
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  24. From the album: Furniture upholstered with needlepoint

    A needlework stand design called 'Larkspur and Roses' by Janet Granger, stitched on 40 count silk gauze, stitched with one strand of Anchor stranded cotton.

    © Janet Granger

    4 points
  25. From the album: Furniture 1

    Shown in the closed position in the upstairs hall of Twin Manors

    © Wm. R. Robertson

    4 points
  26. From the album: Accessory & Other Objects

    This will be a project taught at Guild School Class 2014
    4 points
  27. From the album: Furniture 2

    Morgan and Sanders library chair, 1815. Built by Debora Beijerbacht.
    4 points
  28. From the album: Needlepoint

    Herati rug stitched on 40 count silk gauze with French Knots, the chart was designed by Sue Bakker.

    © Elga Koster

    4 points
  29. From the album: Structures & Rooms

    Emily made miniatures for over 40 years, she made EVERYTHING you see, furniture, needlework, metal work, ceramics….. everything!
    4 points
  30. From the album: Ceramics

    The original tiles on the floor of the chapel ‘The Vyne` in Hampshire, England, probably were made 1520 in Antwerp (Belgium).

    © Tiny Ceramics

    4 points
  31. From the album: Accessory & Other Objects

    1/12 th scale roller skates, they adjust for length and the the toe clips tighten, all by using the skate key.

    © Wm. R. Robertson

    4 points
  32. From the album: Ceramics

    hand painted underglazed earthenware miniature charger after English Arts and Crafts by William De Morgan 1 13/16"d.

    © Lee-Ann Chellis Wessel

    4 points
  33. From the album: Ceramics

    hand decorated underglazed porcelain miniature charger after Chinese export from 1590-1635

    © lee-Ann Chellis Wessel

    4 points
  34. From the album: Metalwork

    See the topic under metalworking for more photos and information.
    3 points
  35. From the album: Furniture 1

    Shown in the upstairs hall of Twin Manors

    © Wm. R. Robertson

    3 points
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  39. From the album: Needlepoint

    Corky stitched the slippers on 48 count silk gauze, the design is by Bobbie Schoonmaker.

    © Corky Anderson

    3 points
  40. From the album: Furniture upholstered with needlepoint

    Lisa Salati stitched these chair seats using charts from Annelle Ferguson which she adapted to fit the shape of the chair seats and also changed the colors of each chart to harmonize with each other so that the chairs can be used as a set. The chairs were made by David Booth.

    © Lisa Salati

    3 points
  41. From the album: Furniture 2

    © Wm. R. Robertson photo

    3 points
  42. From the album: Accessory & Other Objects

    1:12 Scale western saddle

    © Deb Mackie

    3 points
  43. From the album: Small Scales

    Decorative plaster work, known as "pargeting" was the fashionable way to update your tired old half-timber house in 16th century England. Inspired by Henry VIII's Nonesuch Palace, designs could range from simple geometric shapes to faboulous fantasy creations, depending on the skill of the craftsman and the taste (and budget) of the homeowner. The craft of pargeting is enjoying something of a revival in England today. This house was build from 1?32" birch plywood, with gesso used to simulate plaster. The floral design is my own, but as it took me over 10 years to come up with a satisfactory te

    © Nell Corkin 2010

    3 points
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