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Haha! I’m really have terrible computer problems. I can’t send photos or post them on Pinterest… it all keeps timing out. I seem to have lost capacity… hopefully my internet provider will sort it out soon. I was surprised this one worked.
Hi Sandi, I haven’t taken any photos of her for a while. So maybe I should. She is quite old and a bit delicate so I tend to handle her less, but she is the most gorgeous doll. I will try to take some pictures of her with the other dolls soon.
I’d love to see more of her Pam, she is really quite stunning. There is something about her though that, reminds me very much of Hannah, and I think she would make a wonderful sibling or unidentical twin. 🙂
I thought it was about time I shared photos of this beauty: Giselle. She is a doll from 2005 and is a Gotz Steiff doll. She has a similar body and limbs to Hannah, but I think the most gorgeous face ever. I was very lucky to be given her for Christmas – I can’t tell you how surprised I was to receive her as she is very special indeed. I hope you all like the photos. I will take more of her with the other dolls in the better weather later in the year.
Actually Paris is easy to date as she is one of the dolls that has the date on her tummy written in black ink. She is actually 2010! #4249/5000. However this has also confused me because little Katie hasn’t anything written on her tummy but I seem to have her down as also 2010. I wonder when Gotz stopped writing on their tummies! Any ideas?
I’ve seen Paris in a catalogue and from what I remember she’s quite early in the 2000’s. If you’ve got the tag it should hint to the date. I will see what I can find out. I think she was a handcrafted doll which was in a separate catalogue to the collectors’ dolls and the play dolls. I will have to find some more photos from the archives later today…