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Tara's Palace History
This was a work of art that started in Ireland and eventually had various components supplied to it by nations great and small.
Because of the loss of another grand dollshouse, Tara's Palace came into being to start with. Ireland had gotten word that Titania's Palace was not going to be returned to the country that had created it. Ireland.
The Country of Ireland was the chief creator in the instance of Tara's Palace as well! But Denmark had come into possession of one of their unique collectibles. Read on to find out what they did as a result.
"Friends and antique dealers donated miniatures they had collected and treasured. Individuals and companies sponsored rooms, artists and crafts people created new miniature works. Ordinary people, who became aware of the project, were inspired to contribute everything from needlework to miniature peat buckets, to parquetry flooring made from ancient bog oak."
Quote from Tara's Palace Trust & Museum of Childhood
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Two Views of Titania's Palace on Display in Denmark
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Titania's Palace was a miniature castle build in Ireland by James Hicks and Sons. It was intended for Sir Neville Wilkinson's handicapped daughter Guendolen.
Titania's Palace took 15 years to build between 1907 and 1922. Little wonder they sincerely were depressed when they were told it would not be returned. It is simply breathtakingly beautiful!
And what was it that removed it from the Irish heritage? It was eventually sold to Legoland, Denmark in an auction.
And what can we learn from this historical event? Be absolutely sure you really want to sell your collection. And if you do, place it where you want it and turn your back and walk away.