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13” Little Darling “Cora” by Dianna Effner & Geri Uribe, 2013

CODE: CAD10

Price : $1,200.00

13” Little Darling “Cora” by Dianna Effner, painted by Geri Uribe, 2013, with box and hangtag/certificate, long brown hair, brown eyes, freckles, barely handled and treated with care by an adult collector, original wig is loose, otherwise near mint to mint condition. Doll was donated by a special lady who wishes to remain anonymous. 100% of sale goes to Emergency Doll & Bear Dispatch to benefit abused children. Click on picture and then "Images" to see more photos

 

11” PJ & Penny, 1987, porcelain originals

CODE: DE6

Price : $750.00

11” PJ & Penny, 1987, this set is one of Dianna’s very first original works! From the Wildflowers Collection, they are #38 in a limited edition of only 50 sets, adorable old fashioned school children, Penny brings along her school book and flowers for the teacher, PJ is playing hooky and going fishing! Porcelain heads with swivel necks, shoulder plates and lower arms and legs, cloth torsos with wire armatures, incredibly detailed features meticulously hand painted by Dianna herself, lovely quality wigs, nicely made outfits, Penny has fabulous handmade leather boots, PJ has suede linings on the bottom of his feet for added protection, PJs wonderful fishing pole was made by Mike Johnson, a talented local artist. It includes a tiny handmade wooden bobber and a real miniature fishing hook! The original fishing pole was lost in a move, years ago. The dolls each have a hole in one foot, so they can fit over metal pegs on their wooden display board. They can be positioned in a variety of ways, and are also removable. Display board has a tiny nick on the front edge, and scuffs under PJs feet. Dolls are otherwise in mint condition, and complete with certificates. Taken from my personal collection; they have always been displayed in a glass case, in my smoke free home. Click on picture and then "Images" to see more photos

 

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