Elise will dance into 2015 for us at dolledition.com - and so far so good! More familiar is her sister from 1959, Elise gold ballerina No. 1810. The 1961 version is more obscure with it's delicate interpretation using accents of pale pink roses. Thank you Elise for helping us into the new year - a new year full of new dolls, new adventures and challenges.
The New York Toy Fair, where many of the dolls of the Alexander Doll Company have debuted for generations, is around the corner. The first of the Madame Alexander Premieres (madc.org - February 19-21) is taking place in Fort Lee, New Jersey following on the last day of Toy Fair. The 2015 MADC Convention is in Dallas this year. I'll be announcing soon, first through madc.org, a very special Cissy Designer Event tied into the Dallas 2015 Convention. I'm chairing the 2015 MADC Fall Friendship Luncheons, with a one of a kind "family" of dolls I'm designing. Their story is very interesting and may catch you by surprise.
This is the beginning of a very big New Year for dolledition.com, with some very interesting vintage dolls waiting their turn to be showcased. Challenges keep it interesting and inspire new discoveries. I sincerely hope you will be along with me to make this journey into this exciting new year of 2015!