Some of the first commercially made peddler dolls – this pair of “White’s” features leather faces, with their happy features painted on. The well-dressed duo offers a wide assortment of fine goods such as graters, buttons, inkwells, decorative screens and hanks of cording. Circa 1820s, their condition is excellent.
An enchanting peg wooden of the type that Princess Victoria often played with, this tiny example is a basket specialist
Mostly decorative today, baskets were at one time a mainstay in the kitchen and throughout the entire house.
Formerly in the John Darcy Noble collection, this early 1830s, all- original, wooden peddler boasts delicate facial
features and a basket chock full of useful wares.