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Sunday, March 7, 2010

Three sisters.......SOLD

I had mentioned before that Celia was carved from using the profile of my deplorable Old Queen Anne doll. I just thought I would share some photos of Celia, her un-dressed sister and my original old QA doll so you can see. If my Old Queen Anne from about 1760 or so had her gesso and paint still on her face she would be the type of doll like Celia and her sister.
My poor old doll has no arms or legs or paint but I love her anyway. If only she could talk!
Enjoy the photos.
Celia and her un-dressed sister are available for sale.  SOLD
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Anonymous said...

You know I have never seen a wooden doll up close.I have a porcelin doll collection.These wooden ones are awesome there is something a bit special and different about them.Thanks for sharing!~~Becky

Kim from The Sheep's Nest said...

Just amazing how you replicate the original. Such talent. Wow.

Finegan Antiques said...

All three are lovely. Your original is a testament to how much she was loved and treasured by a special little one.

Your work is stunning and your talent is enviable.


Julie said...

Hi Kathy,
BEAUTIFUL!!! I love them all!!! Just when I think they can't get any better, you surprise me every time!!!

Julie said...

Hi kathy,
I love the original!!! What BEAUTIES you created from her!!!
Just when i think they can't get any better you rpove me Wrong!!!

Heather said...

Wow...its amazing to see them together like this! how striking~

Carol said...

Hi Kathy, you are amazing, the dolls are amazing ! I have always wanted to own a Queen Anne but will never be able to afford one. Maybe one of your dolls will fill the need.