Bisque Beauties

Bleuettes All Bisque & Googlies Lady Dolls French & German Child Dolls 
Bru Dolls Fabrics & Trim New Doll Clothes Reproduction Heads
Antique & Vintage Shoes Antique & Vintage Dolls Antique & Vintage Doll Clothes
Dollmaking Items Books Vintage & New Patterns Miscellaneous

French & German Child Dolls

Click on the thumbnail picture for a larger version.  

Pressing F5 on your computer will ensure that you have the most up-to-date version of my website.

FB14--PGB.jpg (182681 bytes)FB14--PGA.jpg (198657 bytes)

17" Pintel Godchaux.  This Pintel Godchaux reproduction doll uses the FB14 body from Seeley.  This body works perfectly for the Mary Frances doll and the Mary Frances wardrobe (click on this link "Mary Frances Wardrobe" to see more about the Mary Frances wardrobe project).  She has blue paperweight eyes and a golden blonde mohair wig  $375   SOLD  

 

KR114A.jpg (61862 bytes)KR114B.jpg (195210 bytes)KR114C.jpg (163031 bytes)KR114D.jpg (202381 bytes)

21" K*R 114 "Gretchen".  I loved how this doll turned out so much that I kept her for myself for many years.  I'm ready to let her belong to someone new now.  She has teal blue painted eyes and nicely-blushed cheeks.  Her wig is a brown mohair.  She wears cotton drawers and petticoat (nothing fancy so no photo provided).  She is dressed in a floral dirdnl skirt, white lace-trimmed blouse, laced green cotton vest and white eyelet apron.  She also has long brown cotton socks and black leather shoes.  She is ready to put on your shelf!  $375  SOLD

 

amarqueA.jpg (101443 bytes)amarqueB.jpg (145419 bytes)amarqueD.jpg (154335 bytes)amarqueE.jpg (186457 bytes) 

19" A.Marque--Shown above are two 19" A.Marque reproduction dolls.  They both have the thoughtful, pensive expression of the antique A.Marque head.  One doll has bright blue paperweight eyes, while the other doll has blue-gray paperweight eyes.  Both wigs are blonde human hair.  Her body is not exactly like the unique body of the A.Marque antique doll, but she does have A.Marque bisque hands, and the long, slender feet of an antique A.Marque    SOLD

FG-1.jpg (221731 bytes)FG-2.jpg (243074 bytes)FG-3.jpg (196243 bytes)FG-4.jpg (474823 bytes)FG-5.jpg (213635 bytes)FG-6.jpg (199001 bytes)FG-7.jpg (217342 bytes)FG-8.jpg (181877 bytes)

23" Block FG (Gaultier).  The antique Block FG is an early FG marked with "FG" in block letters at the back of the bisque head, as opposed to the fancier scroll letters of the later FG bebes.  This lovely reproduction is copied after the earlier Block FG doll.  She has incredible blue Hand paperweight eyes.  Her body is a reproduction of an early French body, with loose ball joints at the shoulder, elbow, hips and knees, with unjointed wrists.  She is wearing an ecru silk dupioni dress, trimmed with silk at the hem and bodice.  Her underwear is cotton and lace-trimmed.  Her lightly wired hat is made from dupioni to match the dress, and is trimmed with ribbons and flowers.   SOLD

 

 

pattern-photo.jpg (143315 bytes)bebelouvre4.jpg (97050 bytes)coatembroiderycloseup.jpg (39445 bytes)gaiters2.jpg (26584 bytes)waist-closeup.jpg (54443 bytes)

PATTERN:  Ethnic Folklore Brittany Costume for 16" Doll --Seeley's FB14 body--This pattern is for a boy's French folklore costumer from the Brittany region.  It was specifically drafted to fit a Seeley's FB14 body.  The pattern includes blouse, pants, vest, cummerbund, jacket, gaiters and hat.  

$20 for the complete pattern (includes shipping in most cases)

EJA-B.jpg (77139 bytes)EJA-A.jpg (77079 bytes)

24" EJA Jumeau---Wow....what a stunner!  The EJA Jumeau antique doll is rare and was available in only one size.  This reproduction EJA has a wonderful look about her, with the splendid Hand Glass eyes and the incredible blonde mohair wig with extensions.    SOLD

 

HdollA.jpg (57498 bytes)HdollB.jpg (63224 bytes)

20" "H" doll---The French H doll is one of the rarest antique dolls.  It was made by Halopeau around 1885.  This reproduction captures a little of the haunting, pensive beauty of the doll.  She has blue Hand Glass paperweight eyes and a blonde human hair wig.  SOLD

 

EthnicEJ-A.jpg (64485 bytes)EthnicEJ-B.jpg (59744 bytes)

23" Ethnic EJ Jumeau---This doll is a darker ethnic doll than I usually make.  She has applied ears, just like the antique EJ would have had.  Her brown eyes are mesmerizing!    SOLD

 

schmitt1.jpg (157206 bytes)schmitt2.jpg (93609 bytes)schmitt3.jpg (51267 bytes)schmitt4.jpg (67712 bytes)schmitt5.jpg (69293 bytes)

14" Schmitt---Shown above is a reproduction of an antique Schmitt doll.  Although the name sounds like a German dollmaker, Schmitt was a manufacturer of dolls in France.  This lovely reproduction has brown Hand Glass paperweight eyes and a dark brown mohair wig.  Her painting is quite pretty, with dark eyelashes and a pinkish eyeshadow over the eyes as the antique doll would have had. 

She is wearing a vintage peach silk dress with ribbon decoration at the shoulder and lace at the hem, sleeve bottom and neck.  Her underwear is newer-made and is lace-trimmed cotton.  She is wearing leather shoes and silk knit stockings.  SOLD

 

 
Home About the Artist Contact Info Favorite Links Show Schedule  Gallery of Dolls from the Past
Info on the Mary Frances Wardrobe Info on the 6/0 Bleuette Reproduction Items for Sale