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Thorne Miniature Rooms 11

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iPhone images of details of some of the 68 Thorne Miniature Rooms housed within the Art Institute of Chicago. These diorammas are extraordinarily detailed 1:12 scale pieces – meaning the chairs would seat a 5 – 6″ tall person.

Thorne Miniature Rooms 10

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iPhone images of details of some of the 68 Thorne Miniature Rooms housed within the Art Institute of Chicago. These diorammas are extraordinarily detailed 1:12 scale pieces – meaning the chairs would seat a 5 – 6″ tall person.

Thorne Miniature Rooms 9

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iPhone images of details of some of the 68 Thorne Miniature Rooms housed within the Art Institute of Chicago. These diorammas are extraordinarily detailed 1:12 scale pieces – meaning the chairs would seat a 5 – 6″ tall person.

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iPhone images of details of some of the 68 Thorne Miniature Rooms housed within the Art Institute of Chicago. These diorammas are extraordinarily detailed 1:12 scale pieces – meaning the chairs would seat a 5 – 6″ tall person.

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iPhone images of details of some of the 68 Thorne Miniature Rooms housed within the Art Institute of Chicago. These diorammas are extraordinarily detailed 1:12 scale pieces – meaning the chairs would seat a 5 – 6″ tall person.

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iPhone images of details of some of the 68 Thorne Miniature Rooms housed within the Art Institute of Chicago. These diorammas are extraordinarily detailed 1:12 scale pieces – meaning the chairs would seat a 5 – 6″ tall person.

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iPhone images of details of some of the 68 Thorne Miniature Rooms housed within the Art Institute of Chicago. These diorammas are extraordinarily detailed 1:12 scale pieces – meaning the chairs would seat a 5 – 6″ tall person.

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iPhone images of details of some of the 68 Thorne Miniature Rooms housed within the Art Institute of Chicago. These diorammas are extraordinarily detailed 1:12 scale pieces – meaning the chairs would seat a 5 – 6″ tall person.