BJD Doll – Sunbonnet Sue
On doll inspired me pictures Sunbonnet Sue.
Sunbonnet Sue has many variations are one of the most recognized patterns. They have been used by for more than a century and I'm sure they're here to stay for many more years.
The design of a playful girl with a big bonnet can be traced back to two illustrators who worked in the late 1800s and early 20th century.
The first is Kate Greenaway (1846 - 1901)a British book editor who drew pictures of children in bonnets. The other is Bertha Corbett Melcher who is credited as a creator of the bonnet designs. It was in her book published in 1900 "The Sunbonnet Babies" that she'd illustrated with girls with their faces hidden by their bonnets.
Material: Flumo, mohair
The doll has 14 articulation points and can take many of human poses.
It's assembeled with elastic cord.
This doll is completely handmade by the artist.
Made of liquid plastic flumo.
basket with flowers
Stand for dolls
Wooden shipping box
(chair is not for sale).
How to keep
Product Care: Do not wash.
Warning! It's collectible toy. Small parts. Not for children.