I have experienced that there is a rising international interest in the 3 famous doll houses in the publica collections in the Netherlands. each has its own qualities but they all have in common the exceptional detail which makes these doll houses stand out from all doll houses which were made after these. Furthermore they show in great detail the daily life in the 17th century.
There is of course the most famous of all Sara Rothé doll house which is in the collection of the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.
Then there is the doll house owned by Petronella de la Court which is in the collection of the Centraal Museum Utrecht
and finally the Rijksmuseum owned doll house which was originally owned and palyed by Petronella Oortman.
there are of course more examples to be found in dutch publica collections , but these are the most famous one of which http://www.ftn-books.com has of the two first ones classic and important publications.
BTW. these doll houses were not played by children but were in the collections and cherished by adult women.