Wednesday, June 2, 2010

She's a doll...




I just love these soft little white shoes.




Oh, and I love what they were
outfitting when I bought them at an estate sale nearly 30 years ago.





I am no doll expert, but many of you out there could probably tell
me quite a bit about her. At that time, all I knew is that she had belonged to a doctor's
little girl and was supposed to be really old.
She was the first doll I had ever seen that had teeth and real human
hair. She was wearing some old clothes that I kept but
I always had her dressed in this christening gown and cap I bought just for her.



My daughter never played with her...she had some Madame Alexander and Effanbee
dolls that were much more user friendly and she really preferred stuffed
animals to all of them! Sometimes don't you think you have to
grow up to really appreciate a doll?


Please be a doll and see what beauties are waiting under White Wednesday posts on
Kathleen's blog, Faded Charm! Thanks, Kathleen!





14 comments:

joanne said...

what a beautiful treasure you have found in the doll and the wonderful christening dress...thanks for sharing them and for stopping by to visit my WW.

rustandruffles said...

LOve the clothing on this old doll as well!
Happy WW!
xojanis

Debra@Common Ground said...

She is a real beauty, and I love the christening gown you've chosen for her. And your French buffet you redid for your dining room is amazing. I'm always in awe of what paint can do for a piece. The painting is striking and is an unexpected touch!
xo,
Debra

A Cottage Muse said...

Don't you just want to squeeze her cheeks!!

Icy BC said...

Oh the christening outfit is beautiful on her.

JunqueMagnet said...

So pretty.I wish my mom had kept our christening gown so we could place it on a doll and get to see it all the time.Thanks for sharing.

Rebecca said...

Hello
What a beautiful doll, don't know anything about her but I bet she books for big bucks. Love the gown you have her in.
Blessings
Rebecca

Cabin and Cottage said...

Yeah, I think you do have to be a BIG girl to really appreciate a doll. I have my top shelf dolls that only get brought out with supervision. Your is a beauty! Jacqueline

Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

The detail and color in her face are great! She looks to be in very nice condition, from what I see. Good find! And she looks great in the dress and bonnet. ~Mindy

The Green Pea said...

She is a beautiful doll. Love her sweet face. sandi

red.neck chic said...

Oh - she is so pretty!!! I can't tell you a thing about her - but she is pretty! And I like the shoes!!!

Happy Week-end!!!
;-) robelyn

Prior said...

I love those rosy cheeks, but I'm not up on dolls, sorry! I love those shoes, too! Lezlee

Diann said...

Sweet old doll! And the outfit is so adorable!

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