I learned the other day (from reading an architecture book I picked up) that the chimneys of Merriman Park are not historically accurate --guess chimney pots weren't invented until the Victorian Era. Ooops.
I've been beating myself up about this because I feel like I should have known this already. It's even worse because the book I "discovered" this information in was one of those books that you buy on a whim (this one was at the woodworking shop where I exchanged the aforementioned gouge, and it was titled Architecture For Dolls' Houses 40% OFF --how could I not get it?
So do I snap off the offending chimney pots, or leave them as is?
At first I was like, "whatevs," nobody will know the difference, but as time goes by, I get more and more incensed when I look at them.
They will have to go.
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