Bizarre 6" scale accessories website!
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Bizarre 6" scale accessories website!

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Apparently, it's been linked from Fwoosh for a while, but for the benifit of anyone who hasn't seen it:

http://store.dollhousecollectables.com/ ... items.html

Apparently, it's a site that sells 6"-ish scale accessories for doll house builders.

In some cases, creepy accessories, like this in-scale jar of Vaseline:
http://store.dollhousecollectables.com/fr40081.html

In others, very useful, if you need a Mug of Beer for your custom:
http://store.dollhousecollectables.com/fr11019.html

I'm going to pick up an item or two, and take a shot with a MM + ML figure for size comparison in case anyone's curious.

Cheers,
-Blayne

Posted by blaynescott
on Thursday, February 26, 2009
User Comments
bigdaddyscott -
Saturday, February 28, 2009
the sunshine family were 6" scale dolls. and then the megos were in scale as well! and I know about the "World of Miniature" my mother(RIP) was into it BIG!!! man some of the stuff she used to get was scary. right down to half eaten food for the fridge!! to the dirty newspaper for the pups. miniature is a whole different animal!
Henchmen4Hire -
Friday, February 27, 2009
I take back the 1-inch scale thing, they might mean 1 inch = 1 foot, lol, which would make them about right.
somebody1 -
Friday, February 27, 2009
I remember my mom had some older dolls that were about 6" but for some reason barbie killed the trend. Even my grandma's old depression era corn husk dolls were about 6-7" these accories would be good if you wanted a diorama to have a look where a bigger item is closer to the camera. or if your character is a midget.
Henchmen4Hire -
Friday, February 27, 2009
Those are "1-inch scale" according to the specs, meaning barbie-sized. x_X

I know there used to be 6-inch dolls, that's what those old dollhouses were designed for, so some of the items there might be 6-inch scale, but you'd really need a coin for reference or something.
scarlet_magpie -
Friday, February 27, 2009
There are a couple of funky items for the batcave (books, toolbox, old fashioned desklamp etc), but it would cost like 200 quid to kit it out!!!!
somebody1 -
Thursday, February 26, 2009
I was thinking of the pets they have so I can make a couple crazy old pet hoarders.
blaynescott -
Thursday, February 26, 2009
I was browsing through the site, and it's like finding a serial killer's resource guide - the kind that build tiny models that have everything in them. It's all seems about *cough*controlling*cought* recreating the world in miniature.

Action figures are one thing - but replicating *all* the of the minutiae of reality in wood and plastic? *sucks air in through his teeth* - it's just a little strange.

I'm still going to try and buy a mini beer glass, american flag (for my Obama custom) and a wine bottle. No such luck finding revolvers, or other implements of death on the site though. They do have a croquet mallet set though.
somebody1 -
Thursday, February 26, 2009
some of their furniture costs as much as real furniture!
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