Real Touch Vinyl Baby Dolls
If you are a doll lover or a doll collector, the chances are very slight that you haven't read a doll description with the words "Real TouchTM Vinyl" before, but what exactly does this mean?
Real TouchTM Vinyl is a trademark that can be connected to Ashton Drake Baby Dolls. The Ashton Drake Galleries filed an application for a patent with the United States Patent Office for a process they use to fabricate baby dolls with remarkably realistic baby soft skin.
This process involves two plies of vinyl and silicone blended materials, creating a baby doll's skin that is supple and soft, looks, feels and sometimes even smells like a real baby's skin.
The Real TouchTM Vinyl process is seen as a major breakthrough in the world of doll manufacturing. These dolls have astounded many doll collectors with their realistic features and the touch of their soft skin.
So Truly Real Collections
The first ever doll to completely use the Real TouchTM Vinyl process was Ashton Drake's Baby Emily doll. That is why The Loving Emily Collection is also known as the first-ever So Truly Real® baby doll collection. This collection of baby dolls was created by one of the world's most distinguished doll artists, Linda Webb, who is known for her talent to create realism.
Except for the fact that a So Truly Real® doll's skin look and feel like a real baby, the specific blend of vinyl makes it possible to add some realistic folds and creases to the doll's arms, legs, hand and feet.
Once you seen, touched or held any one of these exclusive Ashton Drake dolls, meticulously created for Ashton Drake Galleries, you will really be amazed by the lifelike experience. You would also be sure to understand why these dolls with their Real TouchTM Vinyl skin are so highly in demand by collectors from all over the world.