On this page you will find components that have come from genuine vintage Lines Bros & Tri-ang dolls houses circa 1919 -1971.
Round Wooden Embellishment From c1915 No 71 G&J Lines Dolls House @ £4.00
Here is a rare opportunity to purchase a round wooden embellishment from a 1915 G&J Lines No 71 dolls house. Measures 1 3/8″ in diameter and in a much worn condition, with extensive paint loss.
Ref:G&J Lines Round Wooden Embellishment
Rare Lines Bros Metal Window & Glass @ £19.95
Rarely do these Lines Bros windows turn up but I am delighted to say that I have one here which came from a very poor old redundant Lines Bros DH1 dolls house. The frame is gloss painted metal and the original glass pane is present. The frame measures 5 1/4″ x 4″ and the glass measures 4 1/2″ x 3 1/4″. The glass would have fitted into a hole in the dolls house carcass of the above measurements and kept in place with the aid of tiny tacks. The frame would then fit over the front and tacked into place in each of the four corners. Overall this is in a good played with condition. Each of the four corners of the frame are slightly curled which occurred when removing the window. But these should flatten out when the window is nailed into place.
Ref: Lines Bros Dolls House Metal Window
Lines Bros Dolls House Hook & Eye @ £6.50
Here is a large metal hook and eye that came from an old 1920s Lines Bros dolls house. The hook is quite large and suitable for the larger substantial dolls house. This set comprises of the original hook, fixing screw and eyelet. There is some specks of white gloss paint on the eyelet and hook but they have the delightful patina of genuinely old components. The hook measures 1 3/4″ long.
Ref: Lines Bros Dolls House Hook & Eye
Rare Tri-ang c1960s Spot-On Window Components
RARE! c1960s Tri-ang Spot-On Unopened Packet – “No. 1153 Contemporary Small Two Light Window “@ £19.00
This is an extremely rare unopened packet of an all plastic Tri-ang Spot-On Contemporary Small Window, with two panes, neither of which are opening. All seems to be fully intact, including the relevant fixing lugs which I suspect would have easily snapped off during play. So folks….if you have a vintage “A” or “C” Tri-ang Bungalow dolls house missing one of these windows, then here is a fantastic rare opportunity to replace with another one! Also, as these were sold separately by dolls house suppliers during the 1960s, there may be some of you out there who still have in your possession your homemade dolls houses that would have had these windows in too?
In this packet there appears to be two frames and one piece of clear plastic . I assume that the two frames click together via the lugs. As far as I can tell, measuring through the packet plastic, the window frame measures 4 1/8″ wide and 1 3/8″ high.
Ref:TR-1153 Contemporary Small Window Packaged
NB This can be seen in The Book Of Tri-ang Furniture For The Dolls House By Marion Osborne on page 207
Tri-ang Internal Door
Tri-ang Door- Green Stain @ £5.00
This is an original door from a Tri-ang dolls house which has both hinges and one door knob intact…..one door knob is missing. Overall it is in a good original condition. This has been slightly stained green on one side (much has worn away) and the other side is in original brown stained condition. Not sure which Tri-ang house this came from but is larger than the normal 1/16th scale. It may be a side sun porch door or an internal door. Measures 4 1/2″high x 1 3/4″ wide.
Ref:Tri-ang Door Green Stain
Tri-ang Larger Interior Blue Door @ £8.00 SOLD
This is a larger interior blue door from a vintage Tri-ang dolls house (model unknown). There is a small split in wood running down from the top hinge side but not too detrimental, and otherwise is in a good played with condition. Has both hinges and both metal door knobs. the image shows both the front and back of the door. Measures just under 4 3/4″ high and 2 3/8″ wide.
Ref:Tri-ang Large Blue Interior Door
Tri-ang Queen Anne Dolls House
Tri-ang Queen Anne Dolls House Staircase @ £19.50
Here is a rare opportunity to purchase a single wooden staircase with original red carpet covering the treads all the way plus two side walls, that came from a Tri-ang Queen Anne Dolls House. In a good played with condition. Not sure if the wallpaper either side is original and on the left wallpaper, there is some tearing, as seen in photo. In a good played with condition. This simply slots into your dolls house. Measures 6 3/8″ high, the width of the stair walls are 2 1/4″ and the length of each side wall is 6 3/8″.
Ref: Tri-ang Queen Anne Staircase