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    Decided that the rocking chair that was in the magazine a while back needed a side table to go with it. What good is a side table with out a lamp and what good is a lamp if the doll can't read by it. These are all for a 18" American Girl sized doll.

    Arthur
    Carving and Scrolling in Oregon
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    Very nice! Looks like the light is on, is it battery? 18" doll? That's almost child size.

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      The light is a LED flashlight I got at HF. The furniture is designed for the American Girl dolls. I have sold a lot of beds, tables and rocking chairs so far.

      Arthur

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