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Dollhouse Miniature Colonial Revival Display Cabinet by Bespaq Late 1980s 1" Scale
Classic dollhouse miniature Colonial Revival display cabinet by Bespaq has a broken bonnet top with pineapple finial. Two plexiglass shelves with mirror backing and glass sides provides plenty of light to show off your miniature collection. Raised designs adorn the pillars on each side.
Underneath, a stationary drawer has two brass handles. Below this is a cupboard with working doors and brass knobs. Made of wood, the cabinet is finished in a rich mahogany stain. Stamped, '91' underneath.
Manufactured in 1" scale, it measures 7 3/4" t x 4 1/2" w x 1 1/2" d and is in excellent condition.
In the mid 1980s, Bespaq Corporation was formed by Pit Ginsburg of San Francisco, California. He originally designed museum quality dollhouse furniture in a variety of periods for a company called Fantastic Merchandise. They went out of business in the mid 1980s and Pit saw a chance to make his mark in the blossoming miniatures industry. Fantastic furniture was originally manufactured in Taiwan, but Pit was able to purchase a factory in Mainland China and he moved his production there.
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