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Thursday, September 10, 2009

A One-of-a-Kind Miniature Castle

As quoted from the website:
The Dollhouse Castle is owned by Dr. Michael Freeman and his wife Lois Freeman and is currently on loan to the Nassau Museum of Art Tee Ridder Division. It is an incredible one of a kind masterpiece valued (and officially appraised) at $1.1 million. It is a work of art unparalleled in the area of miniatures and miniature structures. It is 100% handcrafted in a 1” to 1’ scale and stands a grand 9 feet high (not including the base), is over 5 feet wide, and weighs about 800 pounds. The quality, depth, and attention to detail are so realistic that an interior photo (no matter how high quality) gives no clue that in fact, the photo is of a miniature. Each photo looks as if it is of an actual full size room. The level of detail ranks it as one of the finest miniature structures in the world today. Over 100,000 pieces are contained within its walls, that were built, commissioned, or purchased to the highest standards. It contains gold, original oil paintings, and handcrafted moldings. It must be seen in person to be believed!
Hope you enjoyed this, please comment and let me know what your thinking, what you like to see from me and more. I love to read your comments to me.
Cre8ively Yours
Andrea "Cre8"


  1. I certainly have enjoyed your two posts. The life size dollhouse and the castle. Both of them were very interesting. I would love to see the castle in person and see all the tiny details up close. Thanks for sharing them both.

  2. You are very welcome Doreen, its always a pleasure to provide the content I to would love to see more of, online or in person.

    Andrea "Cre8"