Feeling a little Royal This Evening? It’s been some time since I posted about something simply because it’s amazing beauty and astounding workmanship are both inspirational and basic old down home fun! So, if you are ready, let’s have a tour. If you are unfamiliar with Colleen Moore and her nothing-short-of-incredible small fairy castle, get ready!
This thing just totally knocks me out! We will start in your kitchen. Over the entranceway will be the 3 Little Pigs, and to the right, Jack, and Jill tumbling down the hill. The copper stove in the rear of the area is the stove in which the wicked witch locked Hansel and Gretel.
The group of China on the table gets the Queen of England’s crest onto it. That is Royal Doulton China, and two sets were made, one for the Queen of England’s doll house, and the other for Colleen’s fairy castle. Another room is the dining room with King Arthur’s round table in the guts. Next to the silver plates are wee forks and kitchen knives, also of gold.
The eyeglasses are crystal and the majority of them are over 100 years of age. The tapestries on the wall, which is needlepoint manufactured in Vienna, are arguably the smallest stitches that have ever been stitched. You can see them barely, even under a magnifying glass. In Cinderella’s Drawing Room, the ground was made in China years ago and is of rose quartz and jade.
- Outfit: Edwardian BRIDAL DRESS (personal Simsdom)
- At the same time placed on Some Items
- Winston Churchill
- Ventolin (albuterol) for asthma
- Sweetshrub (Calycanthus floridus)
- DRESS how you want to be ADDRESSED
- Can I Say Something, Please? (1989)
The chandelier dangling in the heart of the room is gold, hung with real emeralds and gemstones and pearls. Left you can view just a little chess table just looking forward to the wee folk to come and play. The painting on the wall structure is of Cinderella. The vases at each relative side of the entranceway heading into the great hall are made of carved amber over 500 years of age.
They originated from the assortment of the Dowager Empress of China. The floating staircase in the center of the room does not have any railings because fairy folk balance themselves with their wings. The ceiling of the Great Hall is coated in moments from the Grimm and Hans Christian Anderson fairy tales. Over the door, at the back of the room, is the pied Piper of Hamlin with the young children climbing up the wall to access him. The knights in armor, at each relative side of the door, are silver and originated from the assortment of Rudolph Valentino.