Sunday, 31 May 2015

Doll Shelf Sunday

My shelf in the lounge has significantly more dolls added to it, since I last photographed it in February!  

Back row:  Florence Schoenhut, Oliver William Schoenhut, Maudlynne Macabre, Pauline (Estrela), Pedigree Elizabeth
Front Row:  Native American Navejo hand carved figure, Hitty Rimu, Peter Mecki, Steven Boy Scout, Chess Domo, Steiff Monkey, Doll of unknown origin, Two more dolls of unknown origins, Heartstrings Thomas & his teddy, Mary Jo (Little Darling)


  1. all good additions and a varied collection - it is interesting seeing the different scale of each doll - it is hard to tell their comparative sizes in individual blog posts so good to see them together. I particularly like the Schoenhuts and Hitty.

  2. I love seeing people's "shelfies", they all look great!

  3. It is great to see dolls of different sizes together. I really thought the little boy with the teddybear was much taller. And I'm surprised to see how tall the Maudlynne Macabre doll is (I really like her). And it's great to see all these very different dolls (material and age) living happily together. ;)

    1. Thank you Linda, I change the shelf around every now and again, but it has been like this for a little while now. Yes the little boy, is petite! I really like Maudlynne as well, there is something appealing about her isn't there? There is certainly a variety of ages there! From the Schoenhuts at around 100 years old, to the modern day dolls Maudlynne, Mary Jo & Tommy


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