Category:Tri-ang Dollhouse Furniture

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Lines Brothers' ranges of Tri-ang-branded dollhouse furniture is usually divided into three periods - the initial "Period Scale Model Doll Furniture" sourced and manufactured for and by Lines Brothers in the 1920s to 1930s, the furniture ranges sold explicitly under the "Period" brand-name in the 1930s, and then the plastic-and-diecast-metal "Spot-On" range introduced in around 1960, and subsequently rebranded as the Jenny's Home range.

The gap represents a period in which the company produced dollhouses, but was in the awkward position of not selling furniture to go into them, as the intricate series of processes that went into creating something like the "Queen Anne" range meant that the pieces simply cost too much to produce.

Tri-ang returned to the market in circa ~1960 with the help of diecast metal and injection-moulded plastic, which allowed complex composite shapes to be churned out of the plant, sprayed, and then assembled.

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