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Authentic 12th scale Medieval and Tudor dollshouse food
Authentic 12th scale Medieval and Tudor dollshouse food

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Rothschilds, Waddesdon, wine and quince ale! What's your favourite medieval tipple?
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Aquisition, trade and wine - a plentiful supply for Medieval England
Recently MedievalMorsels visited Baron Rothschild’s stately pile in Buckinghamshire. Waddesdon Manor is jointly opened to the public by the National Trust and the Rothschild Foundation. It is  a spectacular chateau style house with a striking parterre, scul...
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A sweet treat for monks and miniaturists...
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A honeyed life across the sea
One inch scale dolls house miniature food, raw honey  by MedievalMorsels Honey! MedievalMorsels has been inspired to add a new food to its range of Medieval and Tudor, Renaissance dolls house miniature foods. It’s about time honey was added you might say, w...
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Medieval Morsels is celebrating 200 sales to clients - and many of those were for multiple miniature food items! Is this all a red herring, pie in the sky or a load of old pottage? I think not...
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Best sellers - MedievalMorsels claims bragging rights!
Last week I was pleasantly surprised to learn that MedievalMorsels has passed the milestone of two hundred sales.  As a dolls house food modeller working in rather a "niche" area, I was quite pleased with the news! If not pleasantly surprised... Niche in th...
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Summer jousting for all in Merrie Englande! That's the way to do it.
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A summer joust
MedievalMorsels has learned this morning from the veritable "wireless" (that's not wi-fi you know) that jousting is to make a comeback. English Heritage has l aunched a campaign to get jousting - the  sport played by Henry VIII -  recognised as an Olympic s...
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Come rain or shine...its St Swithun's day and it could rain for forty days!
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St Swithun's Day - is rain predicted?
Today 15th July is  St Swithun's Day. And the olde saying goes:  St Swithun’s day if thou dost rain For forty days it will remain St Swithun’s day if thou be fair For forty days ‘twill rain nae mare What credance can we give this prediction, will it rain fo...
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