The making of Pink Chair

7 months ago 7

…For Madame de Pompadour. This chair is included in the upcoming auction of Madame de Pompadour Nov 30th-Dec 1st. Check out how I made it.

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7 Responses

  1. Amal says:

    You have such a wide skill-set! I love how many different elements go into your dollmaking, but without compromising on anything! I wonder if you ever played a musical intrument?… Your dextrous fingers would be great for playing the harp,… or the banjo! :D Oh, oh, won’t you make us a dollshouse??? You haven’t done that yet! And you could use it to enjoy more interior design! Please, please!!

  2. Anna says:

    Just wonderful. It is perfectly balanced. ( the initial fringe would have needed a climbing head rest at the back methinks) I love the woodwork at the back, that is such a teeny tiny sawing situation!! Brilliant!

  3. Merri says:

    Fretwork on such a tiny scale…how is this even possible! :)

  4. Phoenix says:

    Wow, that is soooo interesting! I just wonder what are you doing on the second picture??? And what happened to all these threads there lol

  5. Crystal says:

    The chair is really beautiful! The fabric is obviously luxurious and pricey, as befitting a woman such as she! When you can mistake a doll chair for a regular size chair in a photo, you know it’s an amazing feat! Love the wood carving on the back of the chair, so perfect looks like laser work!

  6. Sonia Anne says:

    Your hands do magic, Marina! Such time consuming, tedious work!

  7. Sonia Anne says:

    I must apologize for using the word, tedious! Not the right word, at all! I meant to say, the work on the chair is laborious! Sorry!

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