Historical Cloth Dolls

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What you see here was my first attempt at designing my own dolls.  They are made of cloth with soft-sculpted faces and stand 20" to 24".

The clothing for each doll involved extensive research.  Although the costumes are not made to be removable, all of the necessary under garments have been included to present a fairly accurate representation of historical fashion.    

Dolls shown are no longer available for purchase.

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Isolde (c 1360 Wales)
Isolde (c 1360 Wales)
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Felice (c 1440 Burgundy)
Felice (c 1440 Burgundy)
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Anne (c 1530 England)
Anne (c 1530 England)
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Catherine (c 1540 England)
Catherine (c 1540 England)
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Margaret (c 1560 Scotland)
Margaret (c 1560 Scotland)
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Elizabeth I (c 1575 England)
Elizabeth I (c 1575 England)
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Sophie (c 1750 Vienna)
Sophie (c 1750 Vienna)
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Marie Claire (c 1755 France)
Marie Claire (c 1755 France)
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Marie Josette (c 1770 France)
Marie Josette (c 1770 France)
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Caroline c 1780 England
Caroline c 1780 England
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Susannah (c 1779 New England)
Susannah (c 1779 New England)
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Eliza (c 1810 England)
Eliza (c 1810 England)
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Charlotte (c 1853 USA)
Charlotte (c 1853 USA)
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Charlotte (head shot)
Charlotte (head shot)
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Maxine (c 1928 U.S.A)
Maxine (c 1928 U.S.A)
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