Each year, the Show brings together more than 100 U.S. and international artisans and dealers, including a number of I.G.M.A. Artisans and Fellows. They offer collectors unique, well-crafted 1-inch, 1/2-inch, and 1/4-inch scale miniatures from around the world.

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Dealer Karon Cunningham, England: Spring Cleaning & Storage

Karon Cunningham from England shares a delightful selection of 1:12 scale miniatures for spring-cleaning and storage. Handcrafted by leading international artisans, most items are one-of-a-kind or made in limited numbers. Visit Karon's website to see the full range of her world-class offerings. Look for her table at this year's show. Web: http://karoncunningham.com. Blog: http://www.karoncunningham.com/blog/

Pretty boxes for keeping your wardrobe tidy. Handcrafted by Carolyn Harding, U.K.
Brass coal scuttle by Derry Mahoney, Ireland.
Beat those rugs clean with the help of an old-fashioned carpet beater by Anika Keukengerei, Holland.
Old vintage crates make great storage containers. Handcrafted by Carlotta Rossi, Italy.
Every household should have a dustpan and brush. Handcrafted by Dieter Dorsch, Germany.
Every spring-cleaning needs a bucket of water and cloth. Handcrafted by Mags Cassidy, U.K.
This pretty red cupboard can hide a multitude of muddle. Handcrafted by Barbara Hill, U.S.
Painted metal containers make good pots for plants. By Rosemary Macedonio, U.S.
Welcome spring with a container of flowering bulbs by Jan Southerton, U.K.
Exterior of charming old trunk to store keepsake memories. Handcrafted by Olga De Haro Ascencio, Spain.
Interior of handcrafted storage trunk.  
Baskets are always a favorite for keeping things looking tidy. Handcrafted by Vicky Sanfield, U.S.
Keep those wine bottles neat with a wooden storage ladder by Alexandra Cantatore, Italy.

To see some of Karon Cunningham's past offerings, go >here<.

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