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Friday, January 18, 2013

Miniature chairs

Just a short post today, I wanted to share this link to a blog featuring the work of second year students in interior design from the Philippines, they made miniature chairs from all time periods, no scale is mentioned anywhere, enjoy.























I posted a photo of my Boston Queen Anne chair, just to make sure you don't miss this post.

Have a wonderful weekend.
Elga

11 comments:

Fabiola said...

Wonderful!
Bye Faby

Dorien Litjes said...

Dear Elga,
Thank you for sharing. What a nice chairs. It looks like a museum. It's nice they put the age with the chair.
Hugs Dorien

Muriellisa said...

Très jolie chaise.
www.montoutpetitmonde2.blogspot.fr

Giac said...

Hello Elga,
thank you for the link...what wonderful work...that Rococco chair is to die for.
Big hug,
Giac

Gee said...

thanks for sharing, Elga, those are sure nice chairs.
Love the chair you made too. can you post another picture of it? curious about the embroidery, but I am sure it is divine as usual
Hugs,
Gee

Ilona said...

Thanks for the link, Elga, I'll go and visit.
Your chair is a real beauty, I really love that embroidered seat :D
Groete, Ilona

Fi.P said...

Thanks for the link Elga!

The chair is gorgeous!

ML Fi xx

Helen said...

Hello Elga!
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas & New year!
I have been out of the loop for a while & so have lots to catch up on regarding everyone's posts.
Your little chair is absolutely beautiful - I am a huge fan of your miniature needlework!
Wishing you a wonderful day!
Helen. x

Andy said...

Hi Elga,

thanks for the link, and the picture of your beautiful Queen Anne chair. I had a quick look at the other site, very impressive work, I loved the Sussex chair, inspired by William Morris, think that was my favourite!

Andy xxx



The Dangerous Mezzo said...

Hi, Elga!

Thanks for the link. I do love your chair -- the warmth of the wood, the prettiness of the embroidery and the beautiful proportions. An early Queen Anne chair is one of the loveliest things I know of -- I love them when the splat is quite simple :) Superb work.

Su Wen said...

Hi Elga, love all your works, needlepoint, furniture etc. I am a needlework & dollmaker (student). wish I could make nice furniture like you. My site is: www.sewfisticated.blogspot.com.au
Su Wen