This is Briana a brunette girl from the 1960’s with ochre painted eyes. She is wearing a lovely holly patterned dress made by Maureen Hallenbeck. Briana is wearing warm, stripy tights and red leather shoes made by Ruthsdolls.
I love the added touches of trimming, buttons, and dotted collar.
Briana up close. Her brunette hair is soft and silky and her face painting is so nice and a real treat found on the earlier Gotz dolls. 🌹
New for Christmas is the beautiful wool plaid coat and coordinated bag made by Fanny Boiten. I love the fabric and wish that I had a coat like Briana’s coat! 😊
Inside her bag is a dear little doll that was in my Mother’s doll collection. I had gifted it to Mary Righos with a doll she adopted from me. When Mary posted photos of the doll on facebook, Janet Myhill-Dabbs recognized it immediately as a doll she had made years earlier. We were all so surprised and dear Mary surprised me again by re-gifting the doll back to me because she thought this dolly must stay with me. How kind! If only our dolls could talk about their journeys, what would they say? 😊
A peek at the festive lining of Briana’s coat.🌹
Briana loves her coat. ❤
Briana up close. 😊
This is a later Gotz girl that came to me recently. I had posted her on Facebook as available for adoption. Kendal kindly helped me with her identification as Annett (if I remembered correctly) who was manufactured in 1999 and 2000 (source: Sasha Doll Serie Identification). Annett originally wore a brown corduroy farm pants with a white blouse, a red duffle coat and white sandals.
Annett has found a furry friend to play with and to love.
She is wearing dotted tights and brown leather shoes by Kathe Kruse. 😊
Her hair has a slight wave from previous braiding I think, so I gave her a single braid and a special bow. 😊
Her hair is very nice and full and long.
Briana has joined with Annett to send you a very happy hello and also happy wishes for the week to come. 😊
Thank you for spending time with us today. 😊 xxx
Waterlogue images to enjoy. 🌹