Each and every piece is lovingly made and goes through up to 20 processes and multiple quality control procedures before it is ready for sale. We have created a page dedicated to showing how our range of humble dolls house miniature ceramics are made from the first block of raw clay to the finished glossy ceramic. The page can be found here and it includes a detailed narrative along with a series of photos to help customers understand that every piece of ceramic that they buy from us is a miniature masterpiece and deserves to be center of any scene it is part of!
Currently we offer our dolls house miniature ceramics in 15 main collections; Aqua Marine, Bamboo, Blue Edged, Blue Spotted, Cockerel, Earthenware, Green, Green Spotted, Hint of Pink, Metallic, Pink, Salmon, Stoneware, white and yellow. Each of these sets contains many different sizes of plates, cups, bowls and cooking vessels.
We are working on 18 new collections all of which are hand painted with unique and beautiful designs which we showcased at the International Dolls House Show in Arnhem, Holland in March 2011. These new collections not only have outstanding hand painted designs they are much thinner than the previous collections allowing for a much better representation of scale.
Interestingly we have seen a recent surge in sales of teapots, cups and saucers and small plates being sold to non-miniaturists. Who is buying them I hear you ask? Why? Well the answer is jewellery makers! Sometimes it feels like we are supplying the entire Italian charm bracelet market with our dolls house miniature ceramics and bakery items! For all you miniaturists out there with an artistic flair, it is well worth investing a little effort and time into turning some of your cute minis into fashionable and highly sought after jewellery.
We are currently on the verge of launching some beautiful miniature gummy bears for use as earrings, phone charms and bracelets – take a look at the photos on our facebook page www.facebook.com/mytinyworld or click here for a direct link to the photo album on facebook.