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2000 Millennium Bride Barbie

by Mattel
Price: $135.00 Buy Now

Features:
  • Limited Edition: 10,000
  • Designed by: Robert Best
  • by Mattel

Product description

The Barbie® Collectibles® doll for the Millennium! Celebrate a wedding at the dawn of the 21st century with Millennium BrideTM Barbie® doll! Mattel designer Robert Best dresses Barbie® doll for her wedding day in a splendid bridal gown of delicate tulle over silvery satin adorned with hundreds of hand-sewn sparkling crystals, beads, and sequins. The dramatic trapeze silhouette is highlighted by a sweeping cape-like back, which meets the front of the gown with a tailored feminine bow at her waist. Her cathedral-length veil is dusted with shimmering rhinestones, and a delicate rhinestone tiara frames her beautiful face and long blond hair. Silver-hued roses make up her lovely bouquet. Millennium BrideTM Barbie® doll captures the excitement and glamour of celebrating a wedding and a new century, two important beginnings! Condition: Store New - (NRFB) Never Removed From Box. The box has never been opened. This item has been stored in a smoke free environment.



A Guide to Hopi Katsina Dolls

by Rio Nuevo Publishers
Price: $11.49 Buy Now

Features:
  • Used Book in Good Condition

Product description

Hopi katsinam and the dolls that represent them have fascinated Indian arts trader and author Kent McManis since he was a little boy. In A Guide to Hopi Katsina Dolls, McManis shows how the eternal spirit of the katsinam manifests itself in the works of some of the most skilled and inspired Hopi carvers working today.

For the Hopi-a communal farming people who reside in stone and adobe villages on and near three Mesas in northeastern Arizona-everything in life is imbued with the sacred. The Hopi attribute their very survival as a people to the katsinam, inhabitants of the spiritual realm who convey prayers to the gods and respond with blessings in the form of rain, bountiful harvests, and plentiful game.

In A Guide to Hopi Katsina Dolls, more than seventy of the most prominent and intriguing katsinam who appear during the Hopi ceremonial year are described and depicted in full color photographs of both contemporary and historic katsina dolls.









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The collectible figures, part of Disney's Infinity 3.0 video-game platform, are being offered for as much as $300 each on EBay Inc. The Star Wars characters, which haven't yet reached store shelves, will retail for about $14 each when they go on sale

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2000 Jewel Girl Barbie Doll Commercial

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Barbie is a fashion doll manufactured by the American toy-company Mattel, Inc. and launched in March 1959. American businesswoman Ruth Handler is.

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Great Fashion Designs of the Nineties Paper Dolls

Great Fashion Designs of the Nineties Paper Dolls

Published by Courier Corporation 2000

ISBN 9780486413310,0486413314
32 pages

Eye-popping review of 90s fashion — spanning styles from glamor and glitz to "retro" and "grunge." Included are 2 dolls, in swimwear and underwear, and 30 costumes designed by such stellar names as Anne Klein, Christian Lacroix, Geoffrey Beene, Arnold Scaasi, Bob Mackie, Nina Ricci, and many more.

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"Toys of Christmas Past"
"Toys of Christmas Past"
Did you know that toys and games have been part of childhood for thousands of years? As early as 4000 B.C. (before Christ), games became a source of entertainment. At that time, people of Babylon played a game that preceded the present day game of chess. 4000 BC - A Babylonian game, which is the ancestor of modern draughts begins to be played 3000 BC - First Game resembling modern Backgammon is played in Sumeria. 2000 BC - Stone marbles first used in Egypt. 1000 BC - Kites appear in China. Stone Yo-Yos begin to be used in Greece 600 BC - An ancestor of chess called ‘Chaturanga’ is played in India. 1759 - Roller skates are invented by Joseph Merlin. Victorian Era - Victorian children had fewer toys than you have today. Poor Children - Poor families made their own, such as cloth-peg dolls and paper windmills. Children would save their pocket money to buy marbles, a spinning top, skipping ropes, kites or cheap wooden toys. Rich Children had rocking horses with real...
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Forget The Collector's Edition... I Want THIS Frozen Doll!
Forget The Collector's Edition... I Want THIS Frozen Doll!
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Full resolution ‎ (2,000 × 2,000 pixels, file size: 7.22 MB, MIME ...
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