Unusual and creative stand alone electrical features for the dollhouse. Custom made lights and miniature reproductions.
The Bermuda fan is a simple all white older style fan. The brass stem can be cut for mounting closer..
The Bishop fan is named for Tom Bishop who coordinates the Chicago International Miniature Show.&nbs..
The breeseway fan reminded me of a fan my Grandmother had in the breeseway of her home in Tampa, Flo..
The Charleston is my third most popular fan. The blade inserts here too look very much like wicker. ..
The circuit board is designed to play 17 different tones. Ding Dong, ..
The Harville Fan is named for Terry Harville. Terry helped design and then laser cut the fan b..
The Landers is my newest design and closely represents an early 1900 fan design. The original fans s..
While making the track light, I thought I would use the same knuckle swivel to make a pole light.&nb..
The Sabia was custom designed for Barbara Sabia for a project she will be using it in this coming Ap..
The first florescent lights were made for a customer that could not find any for a project she was w..
The Sun-porch fan has a nice look that seems like it should be in a bright airy location. The ..
The Sun-Burst fan is a rather simple fan. What makes it unique are the five solid brass blade ..
A very realistic looking theater spot light. This light can be hung from a horrizontal rod or ..
The Bianca is the simplest designed fan and is identical to the Bermuda except it does not have the ..
This is a custom designed and made tester especially for working with a dollhouse or any 12 volt wir..
Voltage regulator's input is 12 volts DC only. The maximum current is 2 amps or 24 watts. ..
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