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Momoko Doll with baby. The Momoko doll, like most Asian fashion dolls, has visible joints and good flexibility, able to tilt and rotate her head, bend and rotate the elbows, bend the knees, slightly flex and bend near the waist, flex the wrists and ankles, and so on. The Momoko doll is able to stand on her own without help, though a white metal stand is included.
Madame Alexander's Ballerina. ~ The most popular Madame Alexander doll has been the 8" Wendy doll which has been produced since the 1950s. Their premium Cissy fashion dolls are 21" tall. The company has produced nearly every other size of doll in between, including 10" Cissette dolls, 12" Huggums baby dolls and many varieties of larger baby dolls.
1955 Muffie, 8", SLW= straight leg walker
View 1 of Madame Alexander's "Shanghai Doll." She is so gorgeous with her embroidered Asian outfit and the shoes were also embroidered. She also comes with some Asian Chasu Bao food in a bamboo bowl...and what I believe a bracelet with adventurine semi precious stones...not so sure since I didn't open the plastic that it's in.