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TINY DOLL NO. THREE (2006) ~ This is the third in the series of historical tiny dolls and is the much loved Hitty (read more about Hitty on my Hitty page). This tiny Hitty is a less than 3" tall and is handcarved on every single little wooden arm, leg and body done on my own presawn blanks (to help with production). They have separately molded heads of papier mache in order to get Hitty's sweet face and her signature curls. I then paint each and every one as I do all my dolls. They are undressed (a quandary) because after all that work to make all of her wooden jointed body as close to the real Hitty as possible, I just cannot cover that up. I will be sending with each doll a small pattern for dress and undies if you are so inclined as to want yours dressed. I am afraid that to dress them would not only cover up all her jointed wood qualities, but make them prohibitively expensive. However, I must admit the little dress belling out over her gartered legs is pretty sweet, so a small outfit on a hanger will be available to order separately if your tiny Hitty must have clothes (see the Hitty page for the choices). $175 for undressed doll and patterns.

Tiny Hitty Doll Add to Cart
Tiny Hitty Ornament with hanging loop Add to Cart

Tiny Hitty
Tiny Doll #3

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~ Doll Number 4 of the series is the second doll from the Springfield Wooden Series, my version of a tiny Mason and Taylor. She is also jointed wood with a papier mache head, blonde wavy hair and the standard pewter hands and feet with the tiny boots done in the special Dutch blue they were so famous for.

M&T Tiny Doll $175 Add to Cart
M&T Ornament with hanging loop $175 Add to Cart

Mason & Taylor
Tiny Doll #4

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~ These dolls were quite long in the making due to the sheer difficulty of producing the quality I insist on even at such small scale. Like the larger historical dolls they are drawn from, they have hand carved wooden and jointed bodies complete with tiny individual fingers (a noted characteristic of these dolls) with a papier mache molded head. Outfits are entirely constructed in layers of real hand dyed silks and ultra-fine imported laces. Hair is real mohair fiber. Choice of blue or old rose color schemes. $195.

QA Tiny Doll in blue set   Blues are sold out
QA Tiny Doll in rose set  Also sold out

NOTE ON COLORS: Both color combinations are sold out. I anticipate choosing a single new color combination and the doll will remain available in the new colors (which will be announced).

In the meantime, I recommend Tiny Doll #18, a later era Queen Anne. Go to page 5.

Queen Anne -Tiny Doll #5
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