This doll is my representation of a British young lady from the early 19th century. All of her clothing and accessories are made with early materials and textiles; they are removable. If you are interested in purchasing this doll, please contact me at: email@example.com
This is a lovely photo of her entire wardrobe.
Completely hand -sewn!
Her wig is antique English mohair in a lovely blonde color
Here she is wearing her shift (or chemise as it was later called)
She wants to show-off her cozy cotton stockings and silk garters. This beautiful diminutive silk ribbon was made for AU BON MARCHE Department Store in Paris, France around 1890
The height of her elaborate hairdo is emphasized for her lovely bonnet
Double cloth pockets: 18th century French Silk Beauvais Embroidery. The embroidered Fern leaf stems are tiny, and the pastel colors are beautiful.
She is wearing a bum-roll in the 18th century fashion (revival style)
Two-piece gown. Delightful brocade textile: probably Italian, second half 19th century. Her skirt has pocket-slits so she can reach to her secret cloth pockets!
Shoes: Early 19th century silk brocade.
I’m interested in purchasing a doll. Do you have commissions?
Mlburns @ Colby.edu
I’ve always wanted a Queen Anne doll.ReplyDelete
Hi Mary, please feel free to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
I will answer you via email asap. Thank you!