Due to changes in Government restrictions relating to the public attendance at larger venues we are hopeful that customers will again be able to attend fairs. We now have confirmed dates relating to the shows listed below but stress that you should check with the fair organisers websites for further updates and details. We are excited about the prospect of attending fairs again and look forward to meeting and greeting you there.
If you are unable to attend the shows for whatever reason once again my website is easily accessible for you to browse through at your leisure at home. Helpful information about how to wire your dollshouse can be found on the Links page by clicking on the Free Lighting Guide and for further help & information I am always available via email contact or mobile phone to answer your queries.
Our payment page is fully secure. If you wish to pay by means other than PayPal please visit our Business Terms or contact us directly. Please note that if you do not use PayPal you can still make payment through this site as you are able to sign in as a Guest and pay using your credit or debit card.
Please contact us prior to returning goods.
We operate Under EU Distance Selling Regulations and all European orders can be returned (at your own cost) for a refund of the selling price, less any shipping charges.
Upcoming Fair Dates
Miniatura. Stoneleigh Park - Date, October 2nd & 3rd
York Racecourse - Date, 21st Nov
KDF Christmas - Date, 4th Dec
Medieval Lighting Limited Edition
After many request & for a limited period of time only Pewter Touches will be available for you to order from our website. The torches in the past have been immensely popular but due to the amount of time needed to construct the torch they were withdrawn from my lighting range. COVID-19 and the none attendance of fares has in one respect allowed the time needed to produce the torch and hopefully further additions to this style of lighting will follow.The torches are priced at £25.00 each. Please order using code MPT (Medieval Pewter Torch) from our Medieval Lighting page