Thank You Early American Life! ~ Isane Has Returned From Her Photo Shoot at Winterthur and is Now Sold Thank You So Much for Looking

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An Izannah to love! www.izannahwalker.com

32 times in the EAL Directory of Top American Craftsmen :) www.izannahwalker.com

Once again I am honored to announce that I was chosen for inclusion in Early American Life’s Directory of Traditional American Craftsman.  The August 2015 issue of EAL, which includes the directory, has just been mailed to subscribers and should also be out on newsstands soon. This is the 32nd time I’ve been in the directory, many years in more than one category, and each and every time has been just as thrilling as the first!  It gives me such a warm feeling to know that the highly knowledgeable jurors, made up of museum professionals and other experts, have closely examined my work and named me as one of the top craftsmen working in my field(s).

Young Miss Isane traveled to Delaware earlier this spring to take part in the EAL directory photo shoot at Winterthur Museum. She had a wonderful time posing and exploring Winterthur.  Now that she has returned safe and sound, she is looking for a new home to call her own.

6/22/15 UPDATE SHE IS NOW SOLD Isane is 18 inches tall and is one of my all cloth, reproduction Izannah Walker dolls.  She has two painted ringlets in front of each ear and a row of five more along the nape of her neck.  Isane has bare feet, with stockings sized down from antique socks, and two pairs of hand made leather shoes – one to match each of her dresses.  She is wearing a chemise, pantalettes trimmed with pintucked ruffles, a cotton petticoat and an embroidered woolen petticoat.  Her floral printed white dress is modeled after the dress worn by the Izannah Walker doll owned by the Worthington, Ohio Historical Society.  I am excessively fond of that doll and she was my inspiration for this Isane.

Her second dress is made from prussian blue and olive brown print fabric, with short ruffled sleeves and a growth tuck in the skirt.  All of her clothing is made from antique fabric, laces and buttons. A signed copy of the magazine will accompany her to her new home.  Isane may be adopted for $1675.00.  Insured shipping to any United States address is free of charge.  If you live outside of the U.S., exact USPS international mail shipping charges will apply.  As always lay-away is an option.    ❤

This doll has been sold – thank you so  much for coming to look at her.  If you have any questions about Isane, or would like to purchase her please email me anytime at paula@asweetremembrance.com or call me at 860-355-5709 during east coast business hours.

“See? Here I am in the August 2015 issue of Early American Life!”

Isane available for sale 6/21/15 www.izannahwalker.com

“Oh no! It’s starting to rain! Hurry and take the photo.”

This is Isane before she left for her  spring break.  She went to Delaware to visit Winterthur Museum and take part in the Early  American Life 2015 Directory photo shoot.

This is Isane before she left for her spring break. She went to Delaware to visit Winterthur Museum and take part in the Early American Life 2015 Directory photo shoot.

'I love it when you come to play with me.  I hope there will be someone to play with at my new house!

‘I love it when you come to play with me. I hope there will be someone to play with at my new house!”

“I love you Isane.”

Playing is such hard work.  It is time for babies and dolls to take a nap!

Playing is such hard work. It is time for babies and dolls to take a nap!

You may see more photos of Isane by clicking on this link.

Wishing you all a happy Father's Day!

Wishing you all a happy Father’s Day!

~ by paulawalton on June 21, 2015.

4 Responses to “Thank You Early American Life! ~ Isane Has Returned From Her Photo Shoot at Winterthur and is Now Sold Thank You So Much for Looking”

  1. Paula, I think a little sweetheart has wrapped her heart around Isane. The pictures are so sweet. The baby is beautiful.

  2. Hi Paula,
    My, your granddaughter has grown and is just so adorable! I agree with Mary …I think you will have to promise one for her to keep …;)) Love, Charlotte

    • Hi Charlotte!

      As you can probably tell she has just learned to sit up. She’s still a little wobbly 🙂 Definitely time to get out my acrylic paints and make her a baby proof Izzy!
      Hugs,
      Paula

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