The $500,000 Dollhouse flaunts a gold and diamond-studded chandelier


I love doll houses, reminds me of the fun carefree days when all I did was play. But if want a doll house like this, then you cant afford to play but need to work long and hard for such opulence to grace you! If you missed the Queen Mary’s dollhouse at Windsor Castle, this one will make up for that stunning site. Owned by silent movie actress Coleen Moore, the elaborate doll house is crafted in fine details and studded with gemstones. Not a house, but a castle, it features a miniature drawing room, great hall, chapel, library, princess’s bathroom and bedroom, prince’s bathroom and bedroom, the attic and a ‘magic’ garden. Taking pages off popular fairytales, the great hall in the center sports statues of Cinderella and her prince, murals of the Pied Piper from Hamlin, along with glass windows spotting visuals of Jack & the Beanstalk.

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Put up on public display at the Museum of Science & Industry, Chicago, the $500,000 worth castle also features wrought copper kitchen utensils, along with a dinner table which is a carbon copy of the one placed inside Queen Mary’s dollhouse. The drawing room is grander thanks to the rose quartz, jade and chinaware from a 500-year-old Chinese royal collection, and a pure gold and diamond chandelier. The castle also sports a wall mural painting by Walt Disney.
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