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Victorian and Edwardian


Two of the most elegant periods in history have inspired paper doll artists to carefully research and meticulously render the fantastically detailed eras named for two rulers of the British Empire. Queen Victoria and King Edward reigned while fashion moved at a stately pace from crinolines to hobble skirts.


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Art Nouveau Paper Dolls

Art Nouveau Paper Dolls

The Art Nouveau movement during 1890-1910 inspired a then-new design esthetic for everything from architecture and furniture to fine art and jewelry. It was characterized by the undulating, curvilinear lines found in peacock feathers, vines, flowers, windswept clouds and flowing waters. In this beautiful new Art Nouveau paper doll book, artist Norma Lu Meehan expresses the grace that defines the period with 20...
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Love of Lace Paper Dolls

Love of Lace Paper Dolls

Lace, the most romantic material ever created is the inspiration for this exquisite new paper doll book by Brenda Sneathen Mattox, the talented artist and fashion historian. This lovely new book portrays the popularity of delicate lace fashions through the decades. Two old-fashioned paper dolls have been created to become the perfect models to wear the lacy fashions so beautifully rendered in meticulous detail. From...
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Reigning Cats and Dogs Paper Dolls

Reigning Cats and Dogs Paper Dolls

Reigning Cats and Dogs Paper Dolls by Charlotte Whatley is both historic and hilarious, too. Imagine centuries of famous rulers from Emperor Justinian to Henry VIII, from Richard the Lionheart to Queen Victoria, from Marie Antoinette to Elizabeth II. Picture their luxurious robes of state and glorious gowns, their extravagant jewels and crowns. But now picture those same rulers as if they had been dogs and cats, all...
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The Changing Shape of Fashion

The Changing Shape of Fashion

From farthingales to empire waistlines to hoopskirts to bustles to hobble skirts to streamlined shifts, the fashion silhouette is ever changing. Waistlines wander. Sleeves explode. Bosoms rise and fall. This new paper doll book by antique fashion expert and talented artist, Brenda Sneathen Mattox, explores the shape shifting phenomenon. This fascinating focus on fashion history is illuminating as well as being a...
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Victoriana at the House of Worth Paper Dolls

Victoriana at the House of Worth Paper Dolls

Charles Fredrick Worth was the first couturier to become famous. The lavish Paris creations created by him and his son, Jean-Philippe, set the style for Victorian ladies of fashion including American aristocrats and European Royalty. Artist Charlotte Whatley has lent her extraordinary talent to a new paper doll book published by Paper Studio Press. Eight fantastically ornate gowns from the House of Worth are ready...
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Little Ladies of Fashion Paper Dolls

Little Ladies of Fashion Paper Dolls

Norma Lu Meehan, the talented paper doll artist whose specialty is historic costume has created a unique book commemorating a collection of antique-like fashion dolls. The dolls were designed and executed by John Burbidge, head bridal designer for Priscilla of Boston. He calls his exquisite little ladies “Les Petites Dames de Mode.” They are housed in the Ventfort Hall Musuem in Lenox, MA. This new double-sized...
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