Friday, March 4, 2011

Grandma's Doll Dressed in Pink

The first time I saw these dolls, my Grandmother took me to her bedroom, opened a drawer, brought out a white linen towel and carefully unwrapped is what I saw.

Her little boy and girl German porcelain dolls. See she is dressed in pink.

She even has a little pink hair bow!

Pink petticoat and pink shoes!

Little pink bows in her dress.

I am sure you want to see her beau too.

A fair haired boy, dressed in blue with blue shoes

He has such a sweet face
 and rosey cheeks

they make a great pair

Now don't you think this was the look on my Grandma's face when she opened them up on Christmas morning?

These dolls are about 100 years old now, after my Grandmother died my brought home her corner cabinet and placed them there. I have the cabinet in my dining room and had them there for awhile. I moved them to the pink bedroom where they sit on my hutch I had as a little girl.

Happy Pink Saturday!!

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Keetha Broyles said...

What a treasure!!! I LOVE the face on that little boy blue!

ornamentsbypink said...

Ann Those dolls are beautiful! How lucky you are! Mary

ann said...

The dolls are beautiful and priceless.

Tete said...

Adorable, just so sweet and I love it that your grandma showed them to you before she passed on. They are in really great condition. I have my mom's dutch twins.

High Street Cottage said...

What a beautiful couple these German Dolls are! And their faces are stunning and so unique. A real treasure. You have such a great blog. xoxo tami

Anne Fannie said...

What beautiful treasures you have here! They are gorgeous and the memories of the first time you saw them is priceless. Your grandmother was a darling little girl! Thanks for sharing this for Pink Saturday!
Hugs, Ann

Unknown said...

Happy Pink Saturday, I love your Grams dolls, they are such a wonderful treasure and your previous post about your grandpa is great and a good idea! Have a wonderful weekend! Hugs Marilou

Thoughts for the day said...

I love it... I have my grandma's music box.
And a collection of old dolls that I am in the process of liquidating (they were not hers).
My collecting has created too much stuff, what was I thinking?
These little dolls are gorgeous and a wonderful reminder of your grandma and the picture is precious.

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

You must have been enchanted when you first saw these. What a treasure!

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

What wonderful treasures from your Grand mother you have! They are just beautiful and what memories they hold for you!!



Rebecca said...

These are two of the sweetest old dolls I've seen! What treasures they are!

Unknown said...

Beautiful Dolls..I have a good friend who collects and is a member of the Doll Collectors Association. They would love your wonderful treasures..These are stunning..
Have a great weekend,

Jillian's Bella Rosa Antiques said...

What great vintage pieces you have there...and especially nice because they were handed down.

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

Thank you for the detailed photos of these treasures from your Grandmother. They have been looked after so carefully. Lovely detail on the clothing too.
- Joy

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Those are fabulous! Such detail. I bet they are worth a lot now!
Thanks for sharing,


Happy Pink Saturday!

What a treasure!

~ Gabriela ~

Decor To Adore said...

As someone who has dolls stashed all over the house I love the treasure you hae shared.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for leaving such a supportive comment.

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Oh my! What beautiful dolls! I can just imagine your grandmother seeing them for the first time...what a cute little girl she was! Happy week!...hugs...Debbie