Unique Handmade Kids Toys; Raggidy Rag Dolls - Estella

Unique Handmade Kids Toys; Raggidy Rag Dolls

October 29, 2008

raggidy rag handmade dollIn a world inundated with mass produced, generic, barbie-like dolls, we at Estella are always refreshed when we find diamonds in the rough, dolls that offer a fresh new perspective. Raggidy Rag Dolls are handmade in Melbourne, Australia, and designed by artist Katie Graham. Using natural fibers and unique materials ranging from Liberty of London prints to vintage fabric remnants, each of these dolls are made lovingly with care by artisans. Like your little one, each Raggidy Rag doll has a different personality and comes with a fabulous outfit. Perfect as a holiday or birthday present that they will cherish for generations to come.






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