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Rhogit-Rhogit Dhdrick Mdvanii Doll Catalog Rare Rhogit-Rhogit and Zhdrick doll catalog brochure and order form, 1993, Billy Boy Toys, the two men in Mdvanii’s life, Clyde Smith design drawings throughtout, color photo page inside of this anatomically correct fashion doll, 16 pages back and front, plus separate order form never used, measures approx. 8 x 6 inches. Very rare. Ships to confirmed PayPal U.S. address only. Sale benefits charities and consignors in financial predicament and is a non-returnable collectible.

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Rhogit-Rhogit Dhdrick Mdvanii Doll Catalog

Rhogit-Rhogit Dhdrick Mdvanii Doll Catalog

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Lady Gaga Calaca Doll

Lady Gaga Calaca Doll by Laurie Leigh

Lady Gaga Calaca Doll by Laurie Leigh, Doll Artist

Laurie Leigh outdoes herself again with this stunning repaint of a Tonner doll This is Lady Gaga Calaca Mexican Sugar Skull Day of the Dead Festival. The doll has a complete repaint with spectacular detailed face, chest and back to resemble Gaga in the video but with the artist’s own interpretation. The doll even has black hands.

Don’t let this doll get away if you are a discerning doll collector and Lady Gaga fan.

For more pictures, and to bid, this doll is on eBay:
Lady Gaga Mexican Sugar Skull Doll by Laurie Leigh on Ebay.

See more of this fabulous artist’s doll at her website: Beautiful Faces – The Artwork of Laurie Leigh.

Lady Gaga Calaca Doll

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Mary Blair Doll * Jeanne * by Maggie Richardson

Jeanne, by Maggie Richardson, is one of the prize dolls of my little collection. Jeanne was to be the very first Mary Blair doll. She is lovingly created by Mary Blair’s niece, Maggie Richardson. Ms. Richardson created and named this sweet creation after Mary’s other niece, Jeanne.

Quite a few years ago, I was pleased to find this available directly from Ms. Richardson. This was to be a limited edition of 500. However, the line was discontinued by the family. I was blessed to get my Jeanne just before she was discontinued. She is number 2 and quite likely one of only two ever created.

Jeanne is a beautiful soft doll, approximiately 12 inches tall. She was created as a tribute to Mary Blair’s gift for creating illustrations representing the purity, innocence and joys of childhood in the 1950s — the moon-faced, carefree child often seen skipping through the air.



Disney Mary Poppins Doll Spoonful of Sugar by Roxanna Maria

February 20th, 2012 | Posted by DollyforSue in Artists - (Comments Off)
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Spoonful of Sugar by Roxanna Maria

Inspired by Disney’s Mary Poppins, Spoonful of Sugar is a wonderful doll, standing approx. 10.5 inches tall. Mary is a full body sculpture artist piece, wearing a black velveteen coat, which is lined in tangerine silk. Her scarf is hand-crocheted, and each daisy on her hat is hand-sculpted. Her lovely updo is made of mohar; she has hand-painted eyes. She arrives with her tapestry carpet bag. Mary’s boots are hand-scuplted and delicately laced. Completing this whimsical display is Mary holding her parrot parasol, standing alongside a hand-sculpted chimney.

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William Shakespeare by Lucia Friedericy

February 16th, 2012 | Posted by DollyforSue in Artists | My Dolls - (Comments Off)
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William Shakespeare by Lucia Friedericy

In the 1980s, Lucia’s beautiful Red Riding Hood and Big Bad Wolf was purchased by actress Demi Moore. My daughter acquired William Shakespeare, or “Shakes” as we affectionately nicknamed him.

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Spoonful of Sugar, a beautiful Julie Andrews as Mary Poppins one-of-a-kind creation by figurative artist Roxanna Maria.

Spoonful of Sugar by Roxanna Maria

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Quiggly is a turtle about town! With skate key around his neck, riding his vintage skate, ain’t nothing gonna slow Quiggly down.

Cindy McGuire hand-sewn soft sculpture artisan pieces at www.ChinaCupboardBears.com