Dolls at My House



It's true I do have a revolving collection in some ways.... but I keep some dolls.   These are on top of a bookshelf in my office.  Although the Little Red Riding Hood will be in my autumn sale in October.  She was in the Maida Dolls Group feature in Prims magazine (although in the actual magazine she was hidden in the crease and not very visible).


Above are some study dolls in my office.  Mostly cloth/litho.  I may keep two.  


6 comments:

  1. Such a nice arrangement! Little Red Riding Hood, with her cloak of red, is so lovely, the focal point, for sure...are you sure you want to let her go????

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    1. Mary, you know, good point! ;-) Maybe I'll keep her for myself.

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  2. Lovely treasures, dear Dixie! It is so nice to see, how other doll lovers live with her passion. And it´s so good to see the own work - is´nt it? Have a nice time and hugs from Erika

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  3. What lovely dolls! I recognize some of the artists, and yours, of course. Is that a Philadelphia Baby on the far right? What about the one immediately to the left?

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    1. Hi, Jan - Good eye! Yes, that's a Philly Baby. Just to the left of Miss Philly is a very worn Chase doll that I sold to someone who repainted her Izzy style. I bought her back because I want to study the body construction.

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