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Tudor Market Hall - Final Part

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The Tudor Market Hall has been a major undertaking, with the full instructions and completed dolls house taking 17 months to complete both in Dolls House and Miniature Scene Magazine and here on our website.

Kevin has sent us these final stunning photos of the interior fully decorated and accessorised which we'd like to share with you all.

If you have been following the instructions and making a Tudor Market Halll yourself, we would LOVE to see your photos, so don't forget to let us have them.

Kevin can be contacted for details, information and any queries you have on:

Kevin Jackson
T: 01769 560962
E: kjbc@hotmail.co.uk
W: kjdollshouses.co.uk
If you have difficulty in finding any of the materials required, Kevin is happy to provide a quote for supplying everything, including MDF cut to size and Burbidge mouldings.

Please scroll down to see the pictures of the great hall set for a feast, the solar, the kitchen, the music room, the market area, the pub, and the sleeping area.

































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