Saturday, March 10, 2012

Downton Abbey doll house dolls!!

I don't know if anyone else out there is as enthralled in Downton Abbey as I am but I am sure I am not the only one. I can't believe we have to wait another year for Season 3!!!
The Dowanger Violet, Lavinia, Jane the maid, Mrs. Patmore and young Daisy.

These are Downton Abbey inspired doll house dolls from my favorite miniature doll artist Lisa Johnson Richards. Aren't they wonderful?!!
www.lisajohnsonrichards.com/blog/

10 comments:

  1. I love them!!! I can't get enough of this wonderful series!!!! I have managed to purchase seasons 1 & 2 so I can watch them over!!! I am intrigued with the wonderful costumes on that show and the hats are just tooooooo wonderful!!

    A Downton addict!!!!!

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  2. We are still waiting for Season 2 here! Your dolls are gorgeous, especially young Daisy.

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  3. Hello, I am fan too, and also gosford park, and the dolls are amazing. one day I'll build a house these.

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  4. These dolls are fabulous!
    Bye Faby

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  5. The dolls are amazing.
    Hugs Maria

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  6. Christine, I only wish they were my dolls! They belong to other clients of Lisa's who had commissioned them. Wouldn't a Downton Abbey doll house or Room box be incredible? I think I would love to duplicate the library at Highclere, it is amazing!!

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  7. Die Puppen sind Eine schöner, als die Nächste !! Wirklich wundervoll, da kann man ja nur neidisch werden!!
    Liebe Grüße Mokiba

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  8. I love your Downton Abbey inspired dolls. I'm not the only one trying to find a distraction while I wait for season 3. I found some dollhouse rooms where your dolls will be right at home. Check them out at www.midcenturymodernmix.com. I don't know how to fix my id to make it link to the site.... it's a wordpress site but I can't figure it out. I hanker for the simpler days.... uhhh not really. I love my Apple.

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  9. Exquisite work! Do you have a way to teach us how to make them? You've captured these darling characters beautifully!

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