Portrait of a BJD

Portrait of a BJD
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Saturday, May 28, 2011

A New Doll! Just finished!

Finally, after two months of hard work I have completed my little "lady" Grace! She is an 18th c. pre-French revolution child. She was a commission by a customer of mine. Most of my work is sold before it is finished. If you are interested in my work and ordering a doll...please contact me, I would love to hear from you! My dolls vary in price, depending on the size and style of the finished piece desired. I also have layaway, but I do have a long wait list, it usually takes anywhere from 6 months to a year to get your doll. This little lady is off to her new owner in the morning!
She is 12 inches high, not including the base. She is made of polymer clay with a cloth body. Grace's costume is historically accurate, including panniers, a bum roll and her shoes and stockings! Happy Memorial Weekend everyone!
P.S. I am picking up my new kiln next week, which means soon I will have porcelain bjds available!! ;-)

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