The movers & the Shakers

Byers, Ken
September 2008
Dollhouse Miniatures;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p46
The article features a Shaker miniature scene. The fame of the Shakers developed from the fine sense of design inherent in their community architect and furnishings. According to the author, the miniature represents an emotional return to the traditions of simplicity, purity, honesty, and human integrity that invest all that the Shaker did.


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