Victorian Double Dolls Pram

Contributed by trishsbeesknees

Victorian Double Dolls Pram

Whilst at a local tip, I saw someone ready to dispose of this Victorian Double Dols Pram, having just purchased a Victorian sewing box, I saw the Lace Frills through the persons car window and asked I I could have the lace. The man took the pram from his car and when I saw all the lace on the pram I thought it would be ideal for the lining of my sewing box.
When I took the pram home and looked at it closely, I discovered it was a wooden victorian double dolls pram in very grubby condition. I have washed all the lace, cleaned all the woodwork and restored the pram to its former glory. I believe it to be a wounderful example of a wealthy victorian child's toy.

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