If you were to do a Google search on Bespaq furniture you might be a little puzzled because you cannot find a web site or a catalog from their company. What you will find is on-line stores carrying the Bespaq line along with links to eBay sellers that are selling it.
So what is Bespaq furniture? The description that I found described it as “museum quality dollhouse miniatures” and yes it is very beautiful in an ornate style, also very expensive! The scale for this furniture is 1:12, sometimes listed as 1/2 or 1″
Lundby of Sweden was established in 1947 and they began with making doll furniture in the 1:18 scale. They began making dollhouses a few years later and the company had it’s ups and down and was bought and sold a few times until it folded in 1997. The production rights were then bought and a new line of Lundby doll houses began.
Here is a site on dating your Lundby house. This site is the Lundby Club
Here are two YouTube videos about two very different Lundby houses
The first Marx dollhouse was made in 1949 and they continued to be made up through the 1970’s. They were made of metal and came with a full set of plastic furniture. Marx furniture comparison from barbigirl.com
Another company that made hard plastic dollhouse furniture in the 1950’s was RENWAL