Queen Victoria & Albert Museum Porcelain Bride Doll 24in from Franklin Mint Heirloom. When first manufactured, this Queen Victorian doll was inspired using design and detail based on a nineteenth century fashion plate in the permanent collection of The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England. From this rare collaboration between the Franklin Mint and the Museum comes a doll of extraordinary quality and uniqueness. The hand-painted fine bisque porcelain head, hands, legs and feet/shoes are in perfect condition. The hand-detailed Victorian bridal gown is made of taffeta and embroidered lace; the double-hooped petticoat holds the skirt of the gown open to its fullest; the floor-length bridal veil of ivory tulle emerges from a pure silk floral headpiece trimmed with faux pearls; and the bouquet of silk sweetheart roses is of a traditional style for brides of the era.This dolls comes to you with a hand tag, and a custom hardwood display stand. The doll is in excellent condition, pre-displayed but looks fabulous - a light water stain on her front tie. She is 24 inches tall. There is a Franklin Mint hang tag but no Original box or paperwork. Her back is marked 1988 Franklin Heirloom Dolls.
The item "Queen Victoria Albert Museum Porcelain Bride Doll 24in Franklin Mint Heirloom" is in sale since Wednesday, May 12, 2021. This item is in the category "Dolls & Bears\Dolls\By Brand, Company, Character\Franklin Mint". The seller is "katssecretstash" and is located in Fort Worth, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.