144th scale New York Brownstone

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this 1/144th scale house has been based on one of the famous New York Brownstone's of the mid to late 19th century, the front of the house opens to reveal 4 floors the kitchen area is semi below the ground, the facade has all the detailing you would expect from a house of this type and period from the fancy cornice to the window and door treatments, the house sits on a French polished single drawer baser, the drawer front with cross banding and solid cast brass pull handles, the house is fully decorated in the interior and is fully lit with stand alone lighting,

Most of the brownstone used in nineteenth-century New York came from the Portland, Conn. on the Connecticut River or near Little Falls, N.J., near the Passaic River. The stone was cut there, put on barges, carried to New York, and unloaded near one of the building stone storage yards along the Hudson or East Rivers.

By the late 1840s, however, brownstone became the most fashionable building material for row houses facades.

scale 1/12th or 1 inch

made from brass and Fruit-wood, stained, colour blended sealed and hand french polished in the traditional manor like all my work.
W 65mm
H 167mm
D 70mm

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the price does not include any accessories shown in the photos, for example flowers, vases etc.

this is a fine miniature and not suitable for children,
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