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Autumn Miniatura - Dolls' House Show
NEC, Birmingham, UK
30th Sept. & 1st Oct 2017
Future Show Dates - March 2018 TBA

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Getting ready for the Autumn Miniatura

As you prepare to visit the show next week you'll find the following links useful:

The Menu is now available so you can plan those important re-fuelling breaks!

The Printable Lists are now available, in name and stand number order, to help you navigate between your favourite exhibitors.

The Next Show Gallery of exhibitors has been updated today (Friday 22nd September) and is as current and complete as we can make it.

Those of you wanting to take part in one of our Workshops will find the listing for that here.

If you haven't got your tickets yet please remember that Saturday and Weekend tickets are limited in number and need to be booked in advance. Sunday tickets are available on the door but can also be booked in advance.SevernGallery

Newcomers - Magpies Dollshouse MiniaturesSevern Models (toolbox - pictured)....

Returning exhibitors - Lisa Tabbanor (hand sculpted dolls) Perri's Miniatures (shoes - pictured), Bindels Ornaments (Netherlands), ...

Overseas Exhibits - Lesley Manieri (Australia), Elizabeth Causeret (France), Botiny Miniatures (USA)...perriGallery

Clubs and Societies - Rugby Miniaturists, Waddhams, Miniature Needlework Society...

June Free Prize Draw

 

June Prize DrawWe've made the draw for this - check your e-mails.

Internationally acclaimed miniaturists Stokesay Ware are offering this beautiful plate from their Chealsea Range for us to give away to one lucky subscriber to the Miniatura Newsletter in June.

This is one of their new highly collectable range inspired by the great 18th and 19th century potters like Spode, Doulton, Minton and Wedgwood who were the innovators of their day. They embraced new technologies so they could develop and perfect printing techniques to bring beautiful, highly decorated pieces to a much wider market than existed for the very expensive Chinese imports. This plate, inspired by Ashworth from 1860, is typical of the work from that period.

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