The Renwal card table legs fold up just like a real card table and the unique card table chairs actually fold like a real folding chair.
Produced from 1950-1955 the red table is 1 3/16" high and the red chairs with gold seats are 2 1/4" high.
Renwal produced this popular 2" high sewing machine from 1949-1955. Seen here with a red base the treadle moves, the two drawers open, the cover folds up to reveal the sewing machine inside which is held in place by the back support when up.
Produced from 1946-1955 the china cabinet is 3 3/4" high. This cream color is often used in the kitchen but is also found as a dining room piece. Opening door.
The Renwal radio phonograph stands 2 1/4" high and is detailed down to simulated tubes in the upper interior and a speaker in the lower portion.
The phonograph slides on tabs which are often found broken.
Produced from 1948-55 this red server with opening drawer is 3 1/2" long.
In 1954-55 the large pieces of Renwal received a painted treatment, this turquoise barrel chair with woodtone base has floral decorations on the seat and back. the chair is 2 5/8" high
This cream colored chair with red base was produced before 1950 as it has no support in the base. The chair is 2 9/16" high.
The popular Renwal rocking chair was produced in woodtone Vitex only in 1955 making it a very difficult piece to find.
2 5/8" tall.
Renwal produced the blue cradle with a baby angel painted on each end and the doll and cover insert painted in 1954-1955 only.
2 7/8" long the cradle rockers are complete.
Lovingly hand crafted brown felt teddy bear, reminiscent of the early Steiff bears. 1 1/2" seated height.
All metal skate board 1 3/4" long.
Light walnut finish ladderback arm chairs feature a finely woven seat and nice proportions.
3 3/4" tall
From the golden oak period this delightful washstand features a swivel mirror, working drawer and two "glass" fronted working doors.
Renwal 3" tall floor lamp seen here in metallic bronze. The table lamp was produced from 1946-1955, the bronze coloration is not common.
The Renwal #28 telephone was produced from 1949-1952 only. The short production run and the tiny 7/8" size contribute to making this one of the more difficult to find Renwal items.
This phone is red with a yellow receiver.
Renwal's three-legged stool has a revolving seat and is considered on of the more difficult items to find. This small 1 1/4" item was frequently lost and/or stepped on.
The stool was produced from 1948-1951 only and is also scarce due to limited production.
Renwal's # 71 table lamp, seen here in red with a cream shade, stands 1 3/8" tall. Produced from 1946-1955
Renwal called this color of barrel chair turquoise. As you can see from the photo the actual color varied widely from one run to the next.
I cannot guarantee color at the sale price.
These chairs were produced after 1948 as all have the added support. The chairs stand 2 5/8" tall