Archive for October 2010
I have been having fun with my vinyl BJD, Delilah Noir. She has a very pretty face and she can have many different looks by just changing her eyes, wig and clothing.
For those of you that like to sew for your dolls or just like to change the look here is some helpful info about Delilah Noir.
1) 16″/41cm Vinyl Material
2) Eye size: 10mm-12mm
3) Wig size: 6-7
4) Exact head size: 6.5 “/16.5cm
5) Shoe size: 50-55mm Narrow width
6) Exact foot measurement is47mm long,20mm wide,need to add 5mm to that, so a 52mm shoe would be perfect if you can find such a thing. 50mm can be a bit tight but with soft material can work, harder materials the 50mm might not be big enough.
7) Bust size: 16.5cm
8 ) Waist: 12.5cm
9) Hips: 18.5cm
10) Shoulder-to-Waist: 11.5cm
12) Leg Inseam (crotch to floor using flat foot): 19cm
13) Waist-to-Knee: 13cm
14) Widest Part of Hand: 6cm
Hope this is helpful information. if any of you have more Info or just something to share about your Delilah we would all love to hear from you.
Some of the older Robert Tonner Betsy McCall dolls have become very desirable. I have found several of them left over from my shop and some from my personal collection and I have them now available to purchase on my web site. I love these Tiny Betsy remakes, they are so very near like the vintage ones but they do have their individual appearances and sweetness.
To view these dolls on our site go here: http://www.stellastreasures.com/cart.php?target=category&category_id=90
It’s not too late! We just added several back issues of Haute Doll Magazine to our website for sale. No longer published as a stand alone, this collectible dolls fashion news magazine is still in high demand. The images are beyond compare. If you are a doll collector you will want to be sure your collection of Haute Doll magazines is complete. We don’t have them all but we have quite a few. Check it out at http://stellastreasures.com/cart.php?target=category&category_id=62
Here I hope to chat with my website visitors about my experiences in the world of collectible dolls as well as share exciting news about up and coming collectible dolls as I get it. Once I get this technology figured out it is my goal to have an interactive relationship with my website and blog followers so that I can become your primary source of collectible doll knowledge and we can have fun finding new collectible dolls and doll related items together!
Now that my shop is strictly “online” I hope to learn how to transfer the fun I used to have with my customers into this medium. I have many ideas such as “virtual doll events” where we “gather together” here on the web like we used to in the old days at my shop in Beaverton.
My webmaster tells me that I can have an entire “online community” just like I had at the shop but it will be even better because people won’t be limited by where they live and travel restrictions!
Soon we’ll open up the “commenting” tools on this blog – I look forward to hearing from all of you!