N1. Queen Mary’s Dollhouse – Priceless
Designed for Queen Mary in 1924 by Sir Edwin Lutyens, a leading architect of the time, the dollhouse is now on display at Windsor Castle in England.
The priceless dollhouse has 16 rooms and it took four years to develop. The most amazing thing about this dollhouse has working plumbing and lights.
Filled with miniature items of the finest and most modern good of that period, this dollhouse is one of the most incomparable dollhouses ever created.
Many items featured in this miniature house are copies from famous companies of the time.
Its value is priceless that’s why is the most expensive dollhouse in the world.
Which one Would You Buy?