Here are some
We Love Lundby Club's
dollhouse sites showing Lundby items include:
Swedish Toy Factory
Leksaker's website, which includes Lundby houses and furnishings and Micki's
line of toys.
site by Jennifer McKendry includes articles on Lundby and dollhouse furnishings.
Lantz's Swedish Dollshouses Website
site includes her museum of dollhouses, showing dollhouses from around
the world and many individual rooms. Peppe's Old Catalogues are now housed
on Elizabeth's site.
site features dollhouse items available at DockskapsMaster, Susanne's
store in Stockholm, Sweden (in Swedish only). Check out Susanne's new
Webstore by clicking on Webbshop.
Mockett's Lundby Stockholm
Mockett's dollhouse site includes her Lundby Stockholm with large photos
of each room. Many dollhouses from other companies and periods are also
Golding's website describes her love affair with dollhouses in general,
and the Caroline's Home in particular. It shows Caroline's Home
when it was sold by the A. Barton & Co. (Toys) Ltd. and later by Lundby.
Olthof, who lives in Groningen, Holland, has created a fascinating website,
with an abundance of information about Lundby.
language you speak, Tradera, the Swedish eBay, is a great site to visit
to learn about Lundby and other Scandinavian dollhouses. Click on Dockskap
Gater in the UK has created "Dolls Houses: Past & Present,"
an antique/vintage dolls house and miniatures website, which includes
a free quarterly online magazine, a photo gallery, chat forum, for sale
section (with no advertising costs) and free membership. It can be seen
Sieglinde Normandasky has a charming website called Siene's Dreams
at http://nedomansky.aon.at. Her
email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
two following websites list many links to pages featuring various scales
of dollhouses, dolls, and furnishings.
for miniature clubs? These two websites display a list of links to all
sorts of miniature clubs.
a Lundby page posted on http://www.doll-house-miniature-club.com/lundby-doll-house.html
us if you know of other dollhouse sites that should be listed here.
we'd like you to visit:
Swedish Antiques & Furnishings
in a Victorian house in Olney, Maryland, this shop features Swedish antiques
and furnishings. The owners, Peter and Sue Kopperman, travel to Sweden
several times a year to choose items for their shop.