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Beatrix Potter's Hill Top House: This doll house kitchen scene illustrates a story in 'The Tale of Two Bad Mice", where two naughty mice try to eat a ham and end up destroying the doll's house.

Beatrix Potter's Hill Top House: This doll house kitchen scene illustrates a story in 'The Tale of Two Bad Mice", where two naughty mice try to eat a ham and end up destroying the doll's house.

Beatrix's bedroom at Hilltop...a four-poster with hand-sewn patchwork quilt, her Bible and her reading glasses

Beatrix's bedroom at Hilltop...a four-poster with hand-sewn patchwork quilt, her Bible and her reading glasses

A local carved oak press cupboard at Hill Top House, bought by Beatrix at a local farm sale, above which hang eight plates painted with animals and birds by her father, Rupert. Near Sawrey, Cumbria, England, UK

A local carved oak press cupboard at Hill Top House, bought by Beatrix at a local farm sale, above which hang eight plates painted with animals and birds by her father, Rupert. Near Sawrey, Cumbria, England, UK

It had to be glued in two parts, first of all the supports...

It had to be glued in two parts, first of all the supports...

The dollhouse Beatrice Potter used as a model for her story, 'The Tale of Two Bad Mice' was one Norman Warne, her editor, had built in his basement workshop as a Christmas gift for his four-year-old niece, Winifred Warne. Potter is beloved worldwide for her children's stories with exceptional illustrations. For many of us, this book is part of our roots into the fascinating world of dollhouses.

The dollhouse Beatrice Potter used as a model for her story, 'The Tale of Two Bad Mice' was one Norman Warne, her editor, had built in his basement workshop as a Christmas gift for his four-year-old niece, Winifred Warne. Potter is beloved worldwide for her children's stories with exceptional illustrations. For many of us, this book is part of our roots into the fascinating world of dollhouses.

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