These are the earlier, golden eyed Gotz girls that live here at Sasha Shangri-La. ❤
This sweet girl has been introduced before and her name is Diana. She is dressed in a Ruthsdolls outfit with an added bolero. 🙂
Next is the confident Amber and she has also been introduced before. She is wearing a dress made by Frances Tricket. 🙂
You may remember this lovely girl named Mae. Her dress was made by Jadzia. 🙂
The lone brunette is the beautiful Briana and she is wearing a new dress by Molly and leather sandals by Paula of 4-Angels. Oh how I love those brows! ❤
This very beautiful and early redheaded girl has a no mold line torso which makes her my earliest Gotz girl. Her name is Rae and she is newly adopted. Her dress was made by Hagnolly and her t-shirt was bought from Sashapotamus. Her checked fabric shoes were made by Ruthsdolls. ❤
This lovely and very early girl also has a no mold line torso. Her dress has a tiny tag that informs “Made in France”. Her rose colored soft leather shoes were from Sashapotamus. Her name is Annie and she is also newly adopted. ❤
The redheaded girls look very different from one another and that is easy to see when you put them beside each other. Amber is a 1966 girl with a small head and Rae is a 1965 girl with a large head. I really love the hand painting of the eyes and brows on the 60’s Gotz dolls. Each girl is very unique in appearance and personality too. 😉
The blonde golden girls Diana, Mae and Annie. They are also very different from one another in appearance. Annie is the earliest girl and was made in 1965. 🙂
A few photos of Briana. I love her new butterfly dress made by Molly. I added a butterfly hairclip too. ❤
Briana’s leather sandals were made by Paula of 4-Angels. A fun flower accent. 🙂
Another photo of sweet Briana. 🙂
Hello Rae! I thought to take photos angled from the side. Rae’s hair is very long and silky. 🙂
A lovely full view of Rae. She is a very kind girl and she loves to read. 😉
I really love the soft and silky hair on all of these golden girls. This shade of red is so very nice too! ❤
I wonder what she may be thinking about? 😉
A full length view of Annie for you to see. 🙂
In closing, a watercolor of Rae generated by the computer. Rae and I both thank you for visiting us here at Sasha Shangri-La and we hope you enjoyed this Golden Girl post. 🙂
Annie and I are sending you Sasha hugs and happy wishes for a wonderful weekend! 🙂 xxx
What a beautiful set of early gotz girls. All looking so lovely i their dresses by some of our wonderfully talented seamstresses. I do like the gotz for their hand painted eyes giving them all that unique to them look, making them all individuals.
A very happy band of sisters you have there Ginger ! :)xxx
Thank you Dee! Yes there is a lot of happiness going around here at Sasha Shangri-La! I was able to take a few more photos of Rae and Annie outdoors yesterday afternoon and will share them soon. Being outdoors really put smiles on our faces!!! What a glorious day it was! Sunny and not too hot. 🙂 xxx
I have loved seeing them all together Ginger, what a fabulous collection they make. Rae and Briana are such lovely new additions and how I love to look at Annie. You have dressed them all beautifully too. ❤ them
Thank you Janet! I am happy you enjoyed the post. It was fun dressing the girls in pretty summer outfits. I can feel that Fall is in the air and things are beginning to change in preparation for the season. Our schools started back this past Thursday and now the daily landscape is peppered intermittently with yellow buses going to and fro to safely deliver the children to school and a return home. Soon my scarecrow flag will be waving in the front yard to passerbys and hay bales will be piled with a bounty of pumkins, gords and Indian corn. I just love this time of year so much! ❤ xxx
You paint such a lovely scene Ginger, I can imagine how enchanting the fall is on your farm now. I used to love the fall so much living in New Jersey and doing our annual trip up to Vermont to see the leaves and then picking out pumpkins to carve. Your girls were made for autumn with their yellow eyes!
I really love your girls and their outfits are SUPERB! I have a couple of favourites in these pictures but can’t say in front of them in case I hurt others feelings Mom OK? Lol! Will tell you on the quiet! Have a wonderful weekend also! I’m off to change some door screen curtains AGAIN! First had broken magnets and now this new set have one sewn completely skew-wiff and won’t hand straight! Aaarrgghh!!! X
Hi Sarah and thank you! I look forward to hearing about your favorites and promise that I will not tell. 🙂
You have made me laugh this morning as I can see you in my mind trying to hang door screen curtains which does try the patience of the installer! I wish you all the best with your curtains and I hope they will hang straight for you! ❤ xxx
I’m rather breathing a sigh of relief today that YOU are not asking us to choose a favourite or two as it would prove to be an impossible task for ME within this group of beautiful early yellow eyed Gotz lasses as they all look so individually lovely in their super Summer dresses.
I was interested to notice that Diana’s face looks to be a wider face in the group photos but more elongated in her individual photos obviously due to the camera lense’s position.
I am particularly taken with Amber, Annie and Briana in this post.
Great to see these girls out in full force as at the moment there isn’t one sporting this early eye-style in my Brood, all four seamingly having been sold on over the last few years.
Not keen on your mention of ‘Autumn in the air’ as we haven’t had many of those long, hot, lazy days of Summer as such.
PS To Sarah. I have just realised that I haven’t bothered putting up my fly screens on the conservatory doors and windows this year as we haven’t, rather worryingly, had that many bees, wasps and flies venturing in.
Thank you Kendal for the lovely comments. I am so happy that you enjoyed seeing the golden eyed girls. Diana’s face does look wider in the group photo and my camera lens does distort some in the wider group shots. Diana is very petite though and is noticably shorter than her sisters. 🙂
I have been adding more Gotz dolls to the Sasha family in recent months and have enjoyed their lovely eye paintings and soft silky haiir, It is nice that collecting Sasha dolls can be so varied and interesting. I have a lot to learn! 🙂
Rick and I love the Fall season so much that I find myself looking for the signs of her arrival. I especially love the seasonal colors and getting back to sweater weather. ❤ xxx
What a lovely group of early Gotz Sashas you have there Ginger, and all so beautifully dressed too. I really like the fabric of the dress marked ‘Made in France’, it’s very nice. It would be very hard to pick a favourite here, all the girls are very pretty….and each has such nice long silky hair. I do like the early Gotz girls there is something about them that really appeals!
Have a great weekend yourself!
Hi Sharon! Thank you for the kind comments about the early Gota girls. I agree, there is something about them that appeals to the eye! I am really enjoying them, getting to redress them, and getting to know their personalities. What fun that is to do! 🙂 xxx