These are my baby dolls, I am very pleased to share a few of them with you. I have a massive antique cabinet (over 9 feet tall and about 4 feet wide) in my dining room in which I keep
most of my dolls. Then I have a few sitting in chairs throughout the house. I especially love the vintage and antique composition baby dolls. I still have a couple of my Madame Alexander baby dolls from when I was little, minus some of their hair. I had a thing for cutting hair.
I will be selling some of my old compo's as well as the Ashton Drake dolls, Seymour Mann Dolls, Gorham Dolls and a few others. If you are interested please let me know which ones you
are interested in and I will notify you when I put them online. I have the boxes for most if not all of these dolls.
Antique Automaton Doll - You wind her up and her eyes and tongue move. This absolutely scares the poot out of my youngest daughter and my
grandbaby, my husband doesn't care too much for it either. She is unmarked. Composition body and bisque head. She needs a new wig. Seated in an antique wood highchair. All in perfect condition except for her wild hair. She is dressed in a vintage lace christening gown.
Dolls in my doll cabinet. Miss Peep and some of my Kewpie dolls. Miss Peep watches over the Kewpies to keep them safe. The doll with the balloons and the oriental doll are for sale.
Doll cabinet view 2. My Lenci doll is on the far right. My Mom gave her to me for Christmas a few years ago, she has her original box and is in amazing condition. The 3 dolls in the middle are Effanbee Days of the Week Dolls that belong to my oldest daughter and now that she has a house hopefully they will be moving to a new home, we have all 7 of them. She received one for Christmas each year for
7 years. Mrs. Revlon, I think, is on the far left and is from my childhood... complete.
More of the doll cabinet. 2 of my wonderful composition baby dolls. Yes, that is a Bye Lo baby. And my June Cleaver dinnerware.
The Oriental doll in the center, you can't see her mate, were given to me by my Aunt Ida when I was about 3. She traveled alot and brought these back from China. They are made of oyster shell. They are so delicate that I am afraid to touch them and they are dressed in silk and sitting on silk pillows. Skookums belongs to my Mom... don't tell her that I have him. He is from her childhood. Little Boy Blue is
one of the Ashton Drake dolls that I want to sell. I have most of the Nursery Rhyme series.
More of Ye Olde Doll Cabinet. 2 more of my antique composition baby dolls. The one on the far left has tin eyes and is dressed in pink satin. I have been told that this is her original outfit. The Flaminco Dancer is one of my Klumpe dolls. I have a few of them in my collection. And my little black baby... she is one of the Ashton Drake dolls that I am not sure I will sell. If someone really needs her then I will let her go, she is adorable.
That is all of the dolls for right now. I have also posted some photos of my kitchen gadget collection, my antique frames and prints, my salesman sample pottery pieces and a few of the other bits and pieces that I collect, dust and rotate through my house. I also love antique chairs and tables. I have 3 antique dining room tables... I change those about every year or so. I use my
solid oak dining room table downstairs as a packing table to package up your purchases. I love end tables and lamps. Needless to say... my husband is a dear and patient man.