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Michaela C
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« on: April 02, 2015, 06:13:01 PM »

Where is the best place to buy a doll head? My little sister saw some with a china head, hands and feet and really would like one, but I don't know where. What do I look for in a doll? Is it hard to piece them together? I'm not really interested in sewing it all together unless it's not hard; it's intimidating to me when the pieces are porcelain.
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« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2015, 10:34:52 PM »

Michaela, when I get back from Oregon on the 15th, I'll be able to post some options; our porcelain lady may be able to fire a load for us, and our dolls do come ready-to-dress (body totally complete.) They're not designed for children, though--no porcelain doll ever really is, in today's society. Cheesy

I'll post here when we're ready to pre-sell the kiln load.

There are other spots that get touted, but I've never seen any that rival the paintwork our porcelain lady does, so I'd rather not have them listed here.
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