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Pink Polkadot Huggable Huggums 61940

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Pink Polkadot Huggable Huggums 61940
by Madame Alexander

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Special Value! Original Price Was $64.95.Pink Polka dot Huggable Huggums, a 12 inches tall baby, with blue eyes and brown painted hair wears a wears a bright pink polka dot dress and hat. Both the hat and dress are overlaid with sheer pink, clipped, dot chiffon and trimmed with dark pink velvet ribbon and ruffled organza. A pink Polk dot and velvet ribbon flower details the waist and pink polka dot bloomers with ruffled organza completes Pink Polka dot Huggable Huggums' pink look. A 2011 Spring edition from Madame Alexander's Baby Collection. Suitable for ages 3 and up.

Pink Polkadot Huggable Huggums 61940
by Madame Alexander

Size Height : 12 inches
Edition Open Edition
Materials Vinyl
Cloth
Hair Painted Hair
Authenticity Includes Certificate of Authenticity
Age Appropriate 3 and up

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"What a doll does for a little girl is to develop her capacity to love others and herself."

These are the words spoken by Madame Beatrice Alexander and represent the spirit and love that is encapsulated in each and every Madame Alexander doll.

Madame Beatrice Alexander - Entrepreneur, Pioneer, And Doll Artist Extraordinaire

The year was 1923, a time when a woman working outside the home was rare, and a woman starting a business was virtually nonexistent. But over time, the dolls created by her business grew to represent characters inspired by history, art, literature, entertainment, and the world's cultures. Today, 90 years later, The Alexander Doll Company continues her legacy by making quality dolls that cross the generations.from a little girls first baby doll, to a collector's treasured edition.

Through The Alexander Doll Company's history though, the tradition the company has celebrated most is the passing of the love of dolls from mothers to daughters and even granddaughters.

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