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13.5 inch Primative Wooden

This doll was taken from several examples of primitive so called bed post dolls.  Made by family members or a local craftsman, they have a wonderful naive charm that is irresistible . So I had to make some. this doll is wearing a corset and slip and a lovely lavender  batiste Empire style dress her bonnet is a cream batiste. She is the picture of spring with her small basket .  If she were the real thing she would date from around 1800 or so.  So simple but so much detail these dolls are a contradiction to the words simple or naive and, primitive, as their construction is not easily duplicated . This doll is perfectly aged to have the appearance of a 200+ year old doll and would be a great addition to any collection. Thanks for looking !  Don’t forget a chair as she does bend at the hips and knees.

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17 inch William Higgs style doll

Lovely William Higgs style doll made from antique French fabric. Gold metallic trims  human hair wig she is a special order and will soon be on her way to a new home. For more information on my dolls please email me or call look for my adds in Antique Doll Collector Magazine as well.

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16 inch Lady Payton

This doll is so lovely I have dressed her in the most fabulous 18th century woven silk brocade.  I love this fabric and was able to use the larger parts of the design for the skirt and the more delicate fine part of the design for the upper body of the dress so it is in perfect proportion to the doll. I have always love the color combination of green and pink, and after seeing it in used in a dress from the film Casanova I have been wanting to put the two colors together. Lady Payton has a pink silk underskirt with rosette rushing . I have trimmed her sleeves in the same pink silk as well as the ruffle around her neckline. she also has pink silk shoes. I had some very small pink trim and it seemed just perfect for this ensemble. there are delicate silk bows accenting her neckline and cuffs, and shoes. I also wanted to do something different with her hair also seen in prints and period film was this woven ribbon through the hair so Lady Payton has a pink silk ribbon woven through her hair. I think she has a lovely figure she is made as all my English wooden dolls with enameled eyes, and wooden torso, legs bending at the hip and knees.  I hope you enjoy looking at her as much as I enjoyed making.


William Higgs style doll Lady Grace

Hello This is my newest doll she is made in the style of an early wooden circa 1680’s . Dolls of this type were made by Master Doll Maker William Higgs of the same period 1680’s and later in England.  This doll has a unique feature in that her head turns left and right, this was rare in the originals and even rarer in reproductions . Her dress is made in a beautiful 18th century silk brocade of the highest quality. it is a lovely floral design that I have book matched . very bright vivid colors . her under skirt is a wonderful dupioni silk in a turquoise color that pick up the turquoise color of the silk brocade fabric. It is trimmed on the bottom with a shear embroidered antique  trim. She wears a matching cap trimmed in the turquoise silk . her hair is in a period style. This doll was a joy to make . I hope you can see that by by her lovely face .The body is authentically made as well and true to the original look. Hand carve and painted. To leave a comment click on the reply box below. Thank you



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