This shows the Crow/raven on perch and broomstick, which were obtained from the York Racecourse Fair back in June.
The Stool, skull and hat were brought from York Minature's Scene (from the post yesterday).
The Cauldron was one of my first perchases, from Doll's House Gallery in Chesterfield.
The mushrooms, apples and baskets were from various sellers at the York Racecourse Fair.
The Frog is from Doll's House Gallery in Chesterfield
The scroll, pumpikns, gargoyle and quill from York Minature's Scene. I'm not sure if I'll paint the pumpkins or not, as I quite like them as they are.
The Book of Shadows is from Dateman Books (they speacilise in minature books and I love them - I got Origin of the Species from them as well).
This one has stuff from all over the place!
The Dresser and skulls on top of the dresser are from Felicity Price Minatures.
The Crystal Skull, crystal ball (which is hiding behind the skeleton!), and some of the "herb" jars were from Shepard's Minatures at the York Racecourse Fair. The black books on the bottom shelf, the skeleton, the pumpkin on the middle shelf and the rest of the "herb" jars were also from the fair but I'm not sure of the retailer. There were so many sellers that day that unless something stood out, they all seemed to blur together but it was still an excellant day.
The Celtic Cross is from York Minature Scene.
The books on the middle shelf and the gargoyle are Dolls House Emporium minatures.
The pumpkin with the face is from Doll's House Gallery in Chesterfield.
I'm not sure where the annomite came from (it is a real fossil, though) - it may have been a fossil shop in Chapel Town in Sheffield, or it may be from Cresswell Crags. I'm not sure. The crystals are from the Natural History Museum. I'll be getting some empty jars to put them in, so that the Druid/witch can have some tumble stones.
The harp is from Felcity Price Minatures.
The Green wire table and chairs are from Maplestreet.
The Spinning Wheel was from the York Racecourse Fair.
The stove is from Maple Street and so fair, is the most expensive piece in the whole tower. I bought it because of the knotwork on it and it is one of my favourite pieces so far.
The trunk was from the York Racecourse Fair and of course, is one of my favourites. (Though I would have prefered a pentacle or some Celtic knotwork as decoration). It's from the same person that made the crow/raven. It wasn't a bad price either, considering all the items that are inside it (though sadly, they are glued in place and can't be moved).
The green bottle and candles were from York Minature Scene.
The bookcase and books (which I painted black, because they were a bit too bright) were from Felicity Price Minatures.
The tumble stone on the middle shelf is an actual tumble stone (but they can be used to represent magical crystals) is I think from the Natural History Muesum. I have a number of these in my collection and I quite like finding another use for them.
Last but my no means least, is my wolf pack! I love animals, but I find that animals other than pets tend to be rare in dollshouse minatures, so you need to rely on other sources for them. These wolves come from Animal World (an American based website which sells animal figures of all kinds, including ones which you wouldn't expect) and The Early Learning Centre. If you're looking for animals, fantasy figures, dinosaurs, etc for your dollshouse, then I recommend looking at Safari Ltd, Papo and Schleich if you can't find them on dollshouse sites/shops. I don't like animals which look too realistic (have fur, etc) because it reminds me too much of taxidermy (which I don't mind being used for education purposes) but I hate it when it's used as trophies, ornaments, etc. It's ghastly and I wouldn't like having things which were too realistic in my dollshouse because I don't want people to think I approve of it, which I do not. I don't even like plastic/resin deer heads, etc.
There are one or two things which I've not photographed. I have to keep somethings as a surprise, don't I?
In the meantime, happy crafting!