This rocker seat was manufactured by Strombecker in the late 1950's especially for Vogue's 8" Ginnette Baby Doll. The rocker (#7795) was called a "Shoo-Fly". It is personalized with Ginnette's name and carries the same motif of pastel colored animals as her crib and chest of drawers. This rocker is in wonderful condition with very little wear!
Strombecker created their own line of furniture for 8" dolls that were also solid wood but were unpainted. The furniture that Strombecker created specifically for Vogue's Ginnette was painted a creamy white and decorated with her name in pink. Ginnette's furnishings are decorated with a Teddy Bear, Turtle, and Elephant in pastels.
The rocker was first sold in 1957 and numbered 7795 and came out again in 1958-1959 as #2851. The rocker seat is just perfect for Ginnette! (The Ginnette shown in several of the photos will be listed separately and is shown here for size perspective only.) The rocking seat has minor signs of use and some roughness to the wood.
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1950's Vogue Ginnette's Shoo-Fly Rocker