The Place where all your Doll Dreams Come True!
6 Sweet all bisque Vintage Flower Fairies
5 1/2" Antique German (Glass eyes) Mignonette Doll & 2" Hertwig Dolly boy
9" Antique German Bisque Half Doll Fantasy Mermaid lady/ Jewelry Stand/ ...
Sweet 4" All Bisque Antique German (glass eyes) Victorian Style Mignonette ...
Two Tiny vintage 3" So cute Miniature all Bisque Dollhouse Doll sisters
Lovely 4 1/2" (glass eyes) All Bisque Antique German Mignonette Doll & 2" ...
Mini Little Miniature 2 3/4" All Bisque Dollhouse/ doll's doll in keepsake ...
" The Berry Collector" 4" Bisque head (Swivel )/ Miniature Dollhouse ...
Miniature Dollhouse 3 1/2" Bisque/ Poseable Vintage/ Antique Art Doll in ...
Sweet Smiling 4 1/2" All Bisque Antique German (glass eyes) little ...
Tiny sweet 3 1/4" vintage All Bisque miniature dollhouse doll
Tiny 3" All Bisque Antique German Miniature Dollhouse doll & Puppy in mini ...
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About UsWelcome to my Dream Doll Corner shop! Here is a place where all your childhood fantasies may come true.
Please check out my face book page also under " Our Favorite links" for the type of dolls I offer.
I offer a variety of dolls from all bisque Antique German to miniature doll house art dolls as well as some creative antique REPAINT dolls (please do not confuse them with original antique dolls, I always give detailed explanation of the type of dolls I offer in my shop! So I ask you to kindly read the description of the item you are interested in purchasing completely & ask questions before committing to any purchase!~
In My world there is No room for imitation or following the steps of another... In My word there is No room for a work of art that is of second quality ...I strive to put my gift of imagination & ingenuity to work in every piece of art I offer!
I Strongly believe in Ralph Waldo Emerson view of the imitators:
“The imitator dooms himself to hopeless mediocrity. The inventor did it, because it was natural to him, and so in him it has a charm. In the imitator, something else is natural, and he bereaves himself of his own beauty, to come short of another man's.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson, Divinity School Address