10/23/13 – I want to add that these may be the only dolls, other than already scheduled custom orders, that I will have finished before Christmas.
Naturally I will try to make one or two more before the end of the year, but as of now I am pretty tightly booked.
The other thing I forgot to say is that you may put these dolls on lay-away, just like everything else that I sell.
As promised, here are photographs of the two dolls I currently have finished and available for sale. They are listed for sale on my website Paula Walton’s A Sweet Remembrance. You may email me at email@example.com or call 860-355-5709 if you have any questions about the dolls or would like to see additional photos.
Isabeau #3 SOLD
A sweet, demure 17-1/2 inch tall doll from my Isabeau mold. She has two ringlets in front of each ear and five curls at the back of her neck. Her black painted boots have scalloped tops. She is currently dressed in a knee length chemise with gathered lace ruffles at the neck and sleeves, a petticoat and pantalettes. The black dress she is shown wearing above and below has been sold, so here is your chance to pick your favorite style of Izannah dress and choose an antique fabric from my stash. Contact me with your color preferences and I will email you photos of dress fabrics. Her adoption fee, fully dressed, is $1250.
Anna #3 SOLD
Anna #3 is a smaller 16-1/2 inch tall doll. She has short wispy hair in front and in back. Her dress fabric comes from an 1830’s dress which was remade in the 1890’s and has provenance. I’ll send a copy of the note that came with the fabric along with the doll. the rest of her wardrobe consists of a hip length chemise, pantalettes, a petticoat and painted boots with scalloped tops. Anna #3 can be yours for $1250.
2 thoughts on “Two New Dolls Available For Sale – 10/31/13 Update – Both SOLD Thank You!”
Your dolls are just so beautiful. How I’d love one some day! I want to ask if you would mind if I saved a couple of the pictures to use for cards? I would give you credit on the back of the card. I never do this without the owner’s permission so certainly understand if you’d rather I did not. I truly believe you are making the very best Izannahs. And I certainly loved Early American Life’s article about you. It’s a keeper for sure. The whole issue was wonderful. Billie Aye, Tonganoxie, Kansas Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2013 03:49:39 +0000 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you! Would the cards be for your own personal use? Or do you plan to sell them?