Collectible Doll

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Collectible Doll Combine Passion and Nostalgia
Chris Robertson

Back to childhood and reminisce about her favorite baby doll, any woman can think. Perhaps the most valuable Doll were popular with the ever-changing clothing and accessories, Doll that had long tresses that could be brushed, porcelain Doll or collectible doll handed down from generation to generation and appear in a particular case or on a special shelf.

collectible dollThese precious memories are the reason that collectible doll very popular today. Today collectible of antique Doll Doll not always, more often, they are contemporary Doll, in essence, artist Doll - collectible doll in a limited edition made carefully by the artist. Some of the most popular and valuable collectible Doll today are made by the following companies and craftsmen: Adora Doll Company: Adora Doll Company makes two types of baby Doll, they are affordable and therefore accessible by many collectors, and limited edition collector's serious interest classes above. Adora baby Doll are available in every race, eye color, and hair color, make them welcome addition to the collectible any doll.

Lee Middleton: Although the company namesake died in 1997, this popular and award-winning company continues to produce a baby doll incredible realistic and unique facial expressions. Robert Tonner: Robert Tonner, known around the world to win awards and fashion Doll, began his career as head designer for Bill Blass after graduating from the Parsons School of Design. Robert Tonner has many popular collectible line of Doll, including Mary Englebreit Doll, Betsy McCall Doll, and Tiny Betsy McCall doll.

Zawieruszynski: Polish-born Zofia and Henry Zawieruszynski has won many awards, such as the Doll of Excellence and Doty, for their collectible porcelain Doll, hand painted face and human hair. These high-end collectible Doll signed and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. Uta Brauser: Every Brauser collectible dollUta's collectible of porcelain Doll are one-of-a-kind and very unique that they are often found in art galleries. Nancy Latham: Nancy Pedroso Latham was born in Havana, Cuba and came to the United States in the early 1960s. Her collectible doll, "The kids are sad," inspired by antique photographs of children.

The doll is costumed to represent these children, and accompanied by several photographs of Doll is their children describe. The doll body is made of cotton, while the faces of structured and covered with a cloth, then hand-painted. Collectible Doll is a wonderful way to recapture the joy of childhood, while at the same time build a foundation that can be passed on to future generations.

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