10 Best dollhouse of 2020

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Dollhouse Guidebook

No little girl should be without dollhouse or dollhouse grow up, because nothing inspires the imagination more. in the dollhouse life is replicated in miniature. Here the playful gifted child can reproduce the life in the own family and develop at the same time a very own idea of ​​a family life. The oldest dollhouse which is known but belonged to a little boy but not a little girl. Why not, one might say. But there was more to the privileged position of the child in this case. This dollhouse was built in 1558 and belonged to Duke Albrecht V of Bavaria. He later got the epithet „the Magnanimous,“ and who knows, maybe this positive trait had something to do with his inspiring childhood.

Learn playfully for life

The dollhouse The little Duke Albrecht, however, was intended more for representation purposes than that the small nobility shoots should playfully lose in it. Of course, the children of the then poor parents had little time to play. The pedagogical idea did not shape the beginnings of the dollhouses anyway. So it was in the 17th and 18th centuries, the rich patricians of Augsburg and Nuremberg, who built miniature houses. These ornate mini-buildings served exclusively as showpieces and as a representation of their own wealth. A whole doll town named Mon Plaisir was built in the early 18th century for the widowed princess Augusta Dorothea of ​​Schwarzburg-Arnstadt. The small town was to fully reflect the reality of Arnstadt in Thuringia.

Complex miniature worlds

In the Biedermeier, finally, from 1815, dollhouses were built for little girls of the upper middle class. They should serve to prepare the children for their future role as mother and housewife. During the 19th century dollhouses and dollhouses became more popular. The bourgeois world was depicted in it. The game worlds became more and more complex. Salons and doll kitchens were just as much part of it as the parental bedroom, the shop or the imitation of a church. All this became of course small dollspopulated, who reflected in the habitus and clothing of the then society. As an adult, today one can hardly help but think of psychological experimental setups when imagining these game worlds. Dollhouses and dollhouses, including their inventory and their inhabitants, were soon made industrially. In rural areas and less affluent families, the parents or grandparents built the dollhouses themselves.

Only at Christmas time

In Germany it was still common until the 20th century to activate the dollhouse only in winter. This makes sense, since the children found plenty of other fields of activity during the warmer months. For a long time, the dollhouse was regarded as purely a Christmas treat. It was built on Christmas Eve. A few new furniture or a new doll were then certainly under the same Christmas tree, On Epiphany, the beloved toy then disappeared back in the attic. Too much play was in Prussian Protestant circles finally as harmful. Old and lovingly designed dollhouses can still be admired in numerous local museums. Last but not least, they are valuable testimonies of a past lifeworld and its inhabitants. Of course, there are also very unusual copies of dollhouses. These include Queen Mary’s Dolls‘ House, built in the 1920s, which can be visited at Windsor Castle.

As fascinating as ever

The dollhouse has not lost its charm until today. For example, a restaurateur in Dresden has been building a dollhouse with 60 rooms in the Wilhelminian style since 1993. But doll houses are of course not just museum projects. Even today, children can live in dollhouses. There are hardly any limits to the creative diversity and thus the development of life plans. There are country-style dollhouses, entire farms, villas, castles or futuristic design houses, all fully electric. Brands like Mattel or Playmobil compete with manufacturers like Kidkraft. Kidkraft provides high quality Wooden Toysaccording to traditional patterns, and that is perhaps what is most inspiring to the child’s imagination.

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