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17 john endlich antiquairs
Meet The Experts
John Endlich Antiquairs
Tuesday, March 26

TEFAF spoke with Dick Endlich of John Endlich Antiquairs, stand 235, on the Anna Maria Trip dolls’ house which has never been on the market and belonged to the same family since its origin, circa 1760.

After thorough research the name of the first owner of the dolls’ house was found: Anna Maria Trip. She was an internationally orientated woman who would have known about the traditional pastime of the wives of the wealthy gentlemen in 17th and 18th century Amsterdam: the decoration of dolls’ houses, often inspired by their own grand Amsterdam canal houses.