Post by QNPoohBear on Apr 28, 2006 19:19:42 GMT -5
Felicity's party treats are very nice and very well-made. The set comes with two real glass salvers which are very heavy and authentic looking and feeling; a cake; tiny little candied fruits; a porcelain vase; flowers; and a "china" shepherdess. The food is very realistic looking and well-made- not at all plasticy looking or feeling. It's made from hard plastic type material, but not cheap looking in the least. The vase looks like a miniature version of real ones of that time and it is made from porcelain and is probably breakable. The flowers are kind of difficult to fit in the vase and are not very realistic looking. The shepherdess is made some lightweight plasticy material and not very detailed looking. The food is the best part of the set and I give it A+
This set is surprisingly durable. I had it set up on the floor near my Christmas tree, and when I wasn't home, my four-year-old neighbor kicked the table by accident and everything fell on the floor...and nothing broke. I was (very happily) surprised!
The details of the food are great. I would prefer Felicity's strawberries over Kirsten's any day. The glass trays are so slippery. So make sure you don't move them around when they are stacked.
Sorry, I only show the bundt cake, treats, and platter. Ignore the jug, flowers, queen's cake and tea cup as they belong to other sets and dolls. I thought it would be useful to show the items in relationship to dolls.
Last Edit: Jul 18, 2009 23:22:54 GMT -5 by zeemeems
This set is really neat and incredibly detailed. The glass salvers are pretty sturdy for glass, although I still like to be extra careful with them. The treats (bundt cake, candied fruit, fruit tarts) are very realistically made and look delicious. I must agree with the person who said that those strawberries are better made than Kirsten's--'tis true! The flowers and the five-sectioned vase are a cute touch; I had no problems putting the flowers in each section. My favorite piece of the set is the China doll--it reminds me of the one Caroline Ingalls has in the Little House series! Lastly, there's a flower holder, which is just a piece of folded tissue paper and a sticker holding the fold in place. I don't really use that much, though, except to hold the treats when I'm not using them.