Saturday, October 12, 2019

Josephine, 16 inch. Reproduction English Wooden Queen Anne Doll......AVAILABLE

Josephine is fully jointed and has beautiful antique glass eyes. She is dressed in exquisite early textiles, including the fabulous French brocade that I used to make her stomacher and shoes. Please scroll down to see more pictures of her.

If interested in purchase this doll, please email me at :

 She is wearing a two-piece gown, this early cotton is light, airy, soft and flows beautifully.

And here is a view from the back.....she looks fabulous with
her lace-up back bodice.

Cloth pocket: 19th c. Ottoman, lovely example of early embroidery in silk and metallic threads.

Quilted bustle pad: it's sewn in the 19th century style, would help her skirt hang and drape gracefully.

I took this picture of my doll before applying
her hair. She is one-piece carved wooden head and torso

 Here is Josephine ready to get dressed.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Gabriella, 18 inch. Black Wooden Doll in Englishwomen's Costume c. 1840.....AVAILABLE


Hello everyone,
Here is one of my most recent wooden dolls I have made and she is ready to go to a new home. Exquisite wood-carving, and her clothing inspired on a 1840 Englishwomen's costume is to die for!

If interested to purchase her, please email me, I'll get back to you as soon as I can.

Details of her clothing:
Cotton petticoat, blouse, bonnet, apron and bustle pad from the Victorian Era. 
Her bodice and skirt are made of a rare, beautiful early example of 19th century French block-printed and resist dyed textile. The whole bodice and skirt are lined with early off-white cotton.
Lovely embroidered shoes and pocket, 19th century Chinese textile.

Beautiful early example of 19th century French block-printed and resist dyed textile.

Ruby, 18 inch. Black Wooden Doll in Englishwomen's Costume c. 1760.....SOLD

Ruby is sold already, but I want to share with you some pictures of her, so you can see all the beautiful details of this amazing 18 inch. hand-carved black wooden doll. 

Details of her clothing:
Petticoat, bustle pad, stockings and lace from the Victorian Era. Her striped-silk stockings are to die for! Pleated skirt, a lovely vintage ruby red fabric.
Her open robe made of a beautiful resist dyed printed cotton that dates from around 1880's. 
Brocade shoes, 19th c. textile with silver threads, accented with tiny Victorian shoe buckles.
Her stomacher is made of an exquisite Ottoman embroidery textile, early 19th. century.


She is about 14.5 inches tall, wooden, dressed in 19th century textiles. If interested in purchasing this exquisite doll, please send me your inquiries at:

 I used my camera's flash to take this photo to show you the beautiful glossy finish on the wood.