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Celebrate 200 yrs of Pride & Prejudice with Doll's House Emporium

Doll lovers, Jane Austen fans have I got a treat for you today!!

You may already be aware that 2013 marks the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice being in print?



It was in fact the BBC adaptation of the novel that first kick started my doll's house obsession!
My Aunty came to stay in the school holidays armed with the video box set,  we watched the whole thing in  2 days, by the end of it my sisters and I were running around the house in our finest fancy dress giving performances that I'm sure would have had that Keira Knightly quaking in her boots and my head swimming with ideas for a Pride & Prejudice doll's house. (I failed miserably but had fun trying!)
Well, if similarly you love to channel a little bit of Austen into your miniature projects you may be interested to see these brand new, special edition doll's by Doll's House Emporium!

Now you can have you're very own Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet, dressed to the nines in their wedding clothes!

Like the sounds of that? Here's a little more info from DHE for you;

"Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy’s costume features a handsome waistcoat under a fitted morning suit with a cravat and top hat. He features perfectly groomed sideburns! 
Elizabeth’s hair is curled and styled, and she wears an ivory wedding dress complete with over dress and veil. Underneath she’s wearing silky bloomers with lace detail. Delicate detailing is a feature of both dolls’ outfits.



The Dolls House Emporium has also created a beautiful collection of gifts to adorn their marital home, at Darcy’s ‘Pemberley’ estate.


The supporting gifts in the exclusive limited edition collection have been made available FREE to collect with a minimum spend until May. They include a pretty heart cushion, complete with lace edging and ‘E and F’ embroidery-design transfer, a ‘watercolour painting’ of their marital home, Darcy’s Pemberley estate, a pair of pretty Coat Hangers with E and F Initials, a pair of silhouette portraits and a beautiful floral wedding garland."

 Sigh. Is there anything more romantic than a dash of Pride & Prejudice? No. I thought not.
The doll's and celebratory items will be available to buy from The Doll's House Emporium soon. 
In the mean time, i'll leave you with THIS Mr Darcy, I wonder if he could be added to the range?!




4 comments

  1. Oh how exciting is that!!!!
    Yay! Happy dance!

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  2. I love P+P, it may even be my favourite book of all time ever

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