Innocent Architecture

Innocent Architecture

May 29, 2017

This green house I happened upon reminds me of the dollhouse I used to adore when I was a child...

It seemed lavish, monumental, almost intimidating, I would often think to myself as I imagined the house I would one day want to occupy like my dolls did their mansion. Afraid to open and close the plastic doors in fear of waking or disturbing my most cherished possessions or being too eager and knocking the fragile entrance off its hinges. But now I get why my mother would hide coins within the structure, behind rooms and walls for me to find; sometimes it's good to open the door, maybe even break it down in hopes that we can look and maybe even find what's been hiding inside all along...

The vintage hunt often brings me back here...

 

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Condition Chart

BRAND NEW: Unworn with or without original tags depending on supplier.

MINT: Perfect, pristine, with no signs of wear… Rare.

EXCELLENT: No flaws, no holes, no problems. As close to new as possible for the age of the piece.

VERY GOOD: Noted minor flaws, easily repairable, wearable as purchased.

GOOD: Has some definite visual problems. Structure is intact. Problems could be repaired.

FAIR: Has numerous structural and or visual problems. For study or display only.Sold as-is.

POOR: Damaged beyond repair with value as a study piece, not wearable.