Do you find it strange that certain women buy dolls that look like actual babies and even go to the lengths of trying to pass them off as real babies? This article explores opinions on whether this is normal behaviour...
Restoring Vintage Barbie Dolls Because Barbie dolls have been one of the most popular toys for girls since 1959, most that you acquire will be in played with condition. Being well loved by little girls you will find...
Do mannequins or faceless dolls bother you? How about robots? Or are you perhaps intrigued?
Collecting dolls can teach us many things about dolls in history. Some of us collect them on purpose, and some collections, like mine, just happen.
The late 1960s brought maxis, minis, bold patterns and hot colors to a young woman’s wardrobe. In 1968, Francie Doll wore the same “mod” clothes as her swingin’ friends on Carnaby Street!
America’s “mod” scene was in full swing and Francie Doll got some groovy new threads in 1969. Mini-skirts, bold colors and patterns, shiny fabrics … and some “classic” looks … it was all Francie!
Children love to take these dolls apart to uncover the secrets inside. Adults love to collect them.
She began her “Barbie Doll Style” in 1959; by 1974, Barbie Doll celebrated her sweet 16th birthday. Mattel’s teenage fashion model had new looks, new clothes and ... a special Sweet 16 Barbie promotional doll.
Showcasing my collection of Beswick/Royal Albert Figurines in the Beatrix Potter, Peter Rabbit series; about Beatrix Potter, Peter Rabbit models, the Beswick factory, and significance of Backstamps.
The world was changing and in 1967, so was Barbie Doll! The Teenaged Fashion Model got a new face, long straight hair, twistable body and a groovy new wardrobe.