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  1. Ciao Guys, I hope this is the right place where to post something like this Some of them are still available. Who likes solid silver miniatures like I do?! Alby
  2. Hi, My name is Alberto and I am the founder of Silverissimo, a family business run by few people. It all started as a hobby once I was sacked after 8 years because my manager discovered I was going to adopt another child with my partner, ergo, being entitled of a 12 months adoption leave. As disappointed as I was I started this project and...well, here we are! (just in case, if you want to have a look at it, it is about solid silver miniatures www.silverissimo.co.uk ). I think this forum can help me to understand terminologies (I am not a native English speaker) about this "magic" world
  3. Darren Thomas

    David Hurley Workshop Video...

    Incredible peak inside the workshop of artisan/craftsperson David Hurley click link to video: ... David Hurley Video
  4. Dollhouse miniature petit point carpet Tree of Life 1 is my first carpet I stitched this year. It took me 11 weeks and 1 day to finish stitching it, spending from 8 to 12 hours daily. 7 days went for blocking, stretching, finishing the sides and fringing. It has total of 180,600 tiny stitches and 468 ends form the fringes on both sides of the rug. An idea to stitch a series of carpets under the Tree of Life theme came up to me last year, when at some point I caught myself thinking that I was tied and bored to stitch the repeatable motifs of the rugs. I wanted to create something d
  5. Local Folks! Join us on Sunday, January 24, 2016 in The Gallery at D. Thomas Fine Miniatures for a special open house and reception honoring IGMA Artisan Natasha Beshenkovsky’s exhibition “Still Life in Miniature.” Ms. Beshenkovsky will present and discuss her works included in the exhibit and answer questions on her vision, artistic process and inspiration. This special event will be held from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM in The Gallery at D. Thomas Fine Miniatures in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. For more information and to RSVP, please call 914-231-9871 or write to dthomasfineminiatures@gmail.com.
  6. Darren Thomas

    Top News About Miniatures in 2015!

    Here is a recap by D. Thomas Fine Miniatures of some of the leading news stories about the world of fine miniatures in 2015. It was a GREAT year for miniatures with lots of interest from the main stream press including the New York Times, Crain's Business News and CBS Evening News. Here's to a great little 2016 - Happy New Year, my fine miniatures friends! - Darren
  7. Darren Thomas

    Patent Miniatures

    Who knew..... the Hudson River Museum is not far from my shop and gallery and is really a wonderful museum with a planetarium and solid collection of art...they are also fans of miniatures with a large dollhouse on permanent display and an invitation for me to go and talk there in September! But I'm really posting because they had an exhibit a few years ago on patent miniatures, replicas of full size items which were submitted to the patent office for registration...they had a show on it a few years ago.... http://www.hrm.org/exhibits/Patents/patents.html there is also a museum whi
  8. THRILLED to be exhibiting new work by Hernán Buljevich at D. Thomas Fine Miniatures as part of the much anticipated RiverArts Studio Tour coming up April 25 and 26 right here in the Gallery at D. Thomas Fine Miniatures. If you're in the area, please drop in!! More about this very talented artist/miniaturist in my latest blog posting!
  9. Rafael

    Hello from Colorado

    Hello everybody. I am a model builder and tool collector and specialize in 1/4 scale instruments but have worked in smaller and larger scale models of many sorts. I've hovered about some and have decided to join in on the fun. Below is a model that I completed recently. Rafael
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