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PORCELAIN DOLL HEAD
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Lovely Japanese lady ceramic figure is an "A. Marque" reproduction mechanical doll with a porcelain head, cloth body, and composition arms and legs. Instructions for painting the head using china paints.
CERAMICS Feb 1994 (v.30#6) pg. 70

Portrait Jumeau. Firing and painting a porcelain bisque head for a 20" lady doll in a gala gown.
DOLL CRAFTER Jan 1990 (v.5#9) pg. 44

Happiness in denim and lace. Firing and painting the porcelain head and hands for a 24" young girl doll.
DOLL CRAFTER Jan 1990 (v.5#9) pg. 46

Elizabeth, Tonya and Colby. Molding, firing and painting porcelain heads for 16" dolls with bodies jointed at neck, shoulders, and hips. Two of the dolls are a black brother and sister.
DOLL CRAFTER Jan 1990 (v.5#9) pg. 56

Sitting alone. Porcelain head for "Trina", a 20" infant doll which has just begun to sit unsupported for the first time.
DOLL CRAFTER Jan 1990 (v.5#9) pg. 58

Sleepy-time at sunrise. French bisque porcelain greenware head for a 15" doll can be finished with sleeping eyes or wide-open eyes.
DOLL CRAFTER Jan 1990 (v.5#9) pg. 60

Bebe Jumeau. Reproducing an E.J.A. size 10 (22") doll from the Jumeau factory (Paris, France). Instructions for painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Feb 1990 (v.5#10) pg. 38
Correction DOLL CRAFTER Mar 1990 (v.5#11) pg. 108

A reproduction of a 10" German "Mein Liebling" doll by Kammer & Reinhardt. Instructions on pouring and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Feb 1990 (v.5#10) pg. 64

Heidi, a reproduction of a 24" German "Mein Liebling" doll by Kammer & Reinhardt. Instructions on making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Feb 1990 (v.5#10) pg. 66

A reproduction of a 20" German "Mein Liebling" doll by Kammer & Reinhardt. Making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Feb 1990 (v.5#10) pg. 68

Sweet innocence. A reproduction of an 18" German "Mein Liebling" doll by Kammer & Reinhardt. Making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Feb 1990 (v.5#10) pg. 72

Martina and Leticia. Create porcelain doll heads for two different races or ethnic groups starting with the same mold.
DOLL CRAFTER Feb 1990 (v.5#10) pg. 76

The incomparable H-doll. Reproduction of two late 1800's "H" dolls from France. Instructions for painting the porcelain heads with water-base or oil-base materials.
DOLL CRAFTER Mar 1990 (v.5#11) pg. 32

Create a reproduction of an A14T, one of the most beautiful and most expensive of all the French antique dolls. Making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Mar 1990 (v.5#11) pg. 52

Himself, the leprechaun. A 17" character doll. Tips on making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Mar 1990 (v.5#11) pg. 72

Goldie. A modern 18" doll with a soft body dressed for her first party. Instructions for making the porcelain bisque head.
DOLL CRAFTER Mar 1990 (v.5#11) pg. 92

Reproduction of A-17-M, a 31" German doll originally produced by Armand Marseille (1884-1949). Casting and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Apr 1990 (v.5#12) pg. 20

Thomas' first haircut. 14" boy doll is posed in a barber's chair or in a baseball uniform. Molding and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Apr 1990 (v.5#12) pg. 64

Paper, get your morning paper. Early 1900's newsboy is clothed in a knitted sweater made from knit socks (pattern included). Making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Apr 1990 (v.5#12) pg. 66

Wee Willie Winkie. 18" boy doll is dressed in a 19th century night cap and gown. Making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Apr 1990 (v.5#12) pg. 68

Country kid boy doll (12" tall). Making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Apr 1990 (v.5#12) pg. 72

A boy named Jutta. A 24" reproduction of the trademark doll of the German Cuno and Otto Dressel firm (circa 1906-1921). Making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Apr 1990 (v.5#12) pg. 76

Crayon girl. A darling modern doll dressed with a colorful costume that includes pockets to hold 10 crayons. Making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Apr 1990 (v.5#12) pg. 104

Lady Grace. Reproduction of a mannequin size (67") French Bru doll (circa 1880). Tips on making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER May 1990 (v.6#1) pg. 36

Victorian elegance. Reproduction of a 20" F. Gaultier doll. Making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER May 1990 (v.6#1) pg. 48

Reproduction with a flair. Woman dressed in elegant evening gown features porcelain head, neck and shoulders, painted hair, cloth body, Little Prince hands and Coco legs. Instructions on painting the head with emphasis on the eyes.
DOLL CRAFTER May 1990 (v.6#1) pg. 63
Correction DOLL CRAFTER Jul 1990 (v.6#3) pg. 94

Baby Stuart (King James II of England). A reproduction of a 14.5" German Heubach doll. Tips on painting the porcelain head with a molded-in cap.
DOLL CRAFTER May 1990 (v.6#1) pg. 66

The jewel-like effect of enameling on a porcelain bisque doll head.
DOLL CRAFTER May 1990 (v.6#1) pg. 68

A single beauty. Reproduction of "Lady Grace" doll, a classic Victorian sculpture. Making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER May 1990 (v.6#1) pg. 104

Fanchon, a G. Steiner reproduction doll. Casting and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Jun 1990 (v.6#2) pg. 52

Snookums. A 21" toddler doll with a porcelain head and arms.
DOLL CRAFTER Jun 1990 (v.6#2) pg. 74

Stephanie. An 18" black toddler doll with porcelain head and custom-made braids. How to make the head and apply the hair directly onto the head.
DOLL CRAFTER Jun 1990 (v.6#2) pg. 76

Byron and Brenda. 12" toddler dolls made from the same porcelain head mold. Tips on making the heads.
DOLL CRAFTER Jun 1990 (v.6#2) pg. 78

Expressive German child. A reproduction of a doll made for Franz Schmide & Co. Painting the porcelain head with two different media (waterbase and oil).
DOLL CRAFTER Jul 1990 (v.6#3) pg. 48

Phylis. A doll with porcelain head, hands and feet. Includes tips on using a larger eye sizer when preparing the eye sockets. Head painting instruction included.
DOLL CRAFTER Jul 1990 (v.6#3) pg. 52

Andy Lee, Melissa and Dickens. Create 20" "sassy" youngster dolls. Painting the porcelain heads.
DOLL CRAFTER Jul 1990 (v.6#3) pg. 104

Kestner's XI calendar girl. A 14" reproduction of a German antique doll. Making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Aug 1990 (v.6#4) pg. 36

Rose petal. A comtemporary baby doll design with a soft, posable body and hands sculpted to hold objects. Making the porcelain head, hands and feet.
DOLL CRAFTER Aug 1990 (v.6#4) pg. 40

Emile Jumeau 23" reproduction doll. Making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Aug 1990 (v.6#4) pg. 58

1900 Edwardian bathing beauty doll with porcelain head, arms and legs. Molding and painting the head.
DOLL CRAFTER Aug 1990 (v.6#4) pg. 70

Playtime in the four seasons. Three girls and one boy doll (14" tall) are costumed to represent each of the seasons. Casting and painting the porcelain heads, arms and legs.
DOLL CRAFTER Sep 1990 (v.6#5) pg. 12

Baby bourgion Steiner, a reproduction 25" doll. Casting and painting the white porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Sep 1990 (v.6#5) pg. 46

Pierrot with a tear. Character doll of the French clown. Includes practice procedures for painting eyes on porcelain.
DOLL CRAFTER Sep 1990 (v.6#5) pg. 58

Samurai warrior. An authentically dressed 24" modern doll showcases the splendor of early Japan. Crafting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Oct 1990 (v.6#6) pg. 62

Sakura. A Japanese girl doll 15" high. Crafting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Oct 1990 (v.6#6) pg. 74
Correction DOLL CRAFTER Dec 1990 (v.6#8) pg. 13

Portrait painting on porcelain dolls. How to enhance depth, texture, light and shadow, ... when painting a porcelain doll's head.
DOLL CRAFTER Oct 1990 (v.6#6) pg. 86

Mikki Chan. Boy and girl toddler dolls (10") are depicted as Japanese, but can be adapted to other cultures. Tips on making the porcelain heads.
DOLL CRAFTER Oct 1990 (v.6#6) pg. 88

Sabine. Dollmaker shares her technique on creating beautiful skin tones on porcelain dolls.
DOLL CRAFTER Nov 1990 (v.6#7) pg. 46

Carlyn. Modern porcelain doll head with Chinese-Hawaiian and Spanish features and a special skin tone.
DOLL CRAFTER Nov 1990 (v.6#7) pg. 58

A gallery of reproductions of dolls originally from Bru & Co. (1) Bru Jne 13" doll. (2) Smiling Bru. (3) Bru Jne 8. (4) Casimir Bru Jne 11 (circa 1875).
DOLL CRAFTER Nov 1990 (v.6#7) pg. 76, 78, 82, 86

Little Faye, a 25" freckle-faced doll, is made with a simple wire armature. Tips on making the porcelain head and armature.
DOLL CRAFTER Nov 1990 (v.6#7) pg. 118

Reproduction of Petit & Dumontier size 4 (20") French Bebe dolls (circa 1880-1920). Making the porcelain heads.
DOLL CRAFTER Nov 1990 (v.6#7) pg. 132

Juneau Triste (or Cody). Reproduction of a 1907 doll 22" tall. Tips on making the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Dec 1990 (v.6#8) pg. 48

Basics of doll crafting. Part 4. Casting and preparation of doll heads. Part A: The casting process.
DOLL CRAFTER Dec 1990 (v.6#8) pg. 56

Ivy. Casting and painting a porcelain head for a 36" tall doll with a 15" circumference head. Ideal as decorative accents in most rooms. Part of a series of three dolls called "The Garden Collection."
DOLL CRAFTER Jan 1994 (v.9#9) pg. 16

Megan Lee (Jones) likeness doll features great big eyes and very long eyelashes. Tips on casting and finishing the porcelain head, arms and legs.
DOLL CRAFTER Jan 1994 (v.9#9) pg. 18

Interpreting a rare Kestner. An all-porcelain reproduction of a 13" tall German doll (mold number 206) produced in the late 1800s or early 1900s. Tips on casting and painting the head.
DOLL CRAFTER Jan 1994 (v.9#9) pg. 40

Victorian stick doll (9" tall) combines a porcelain head (mounted on a dowel rod and round base) with scrap lace and trims.
DOLL CRAFTER Jan 1994 (v.9#9) pg. 76

Chaya. Casting and painting the porcelain head of a "soulful" child with large eyes. Two versions of this 19" or 24" doll shown. (1) Guatemalan child (dark eyes, black hair). (2) Blond child.
DOLL CRAFTER Mar 1994 (v.9#11) pg. 16

Almond-eyed Portrait Jumeau. Casting and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Mar 1994 (v.9#11) pg. 40

Zoe as flora and fauna. Casting and painting the "Zoe" porcelain head for an Irish brother and sister doll dressed in fur clothing.
DOLL CRAFTER Mar 1994 (v.9#11) pg. 56

Emeralds for a lady. Casting and painting the "Cinders" porcelain doll head for use in a 20" Victorian doll.
DOLL CRAFTER Mar 1994 (v.9#11) pg. 70

A mechanical Tete Jumeau. Tips on placing a porcelain doll head on a mechanical body and costuming like an 1800s mechanical doll. Instructions for casting and painting the head.
DOLL CRAFTER Apr 1994 (v.9#12) pg. 56

Fairy Tells. A version of the "Rosalea" porcelain head is incorporated into the "Fairy Grace" doll.
DOLL CRAFTER May 1994 (v.10#1) pg. 16

A Victorian tableau. Reproductions of two French dolls (30" mother with leather body and 13" baby with leather body) are incorporated into a nursery scene. Instructions for casting and painting the porcelain heads included. Part 1. Making the mother doll.
DOLL CRAFTER May 1994 (v.10#1) pg. 40

Maggie, the boudoir doll. Casting and painting heads for Mardi Gras Maggie and Maggie the tart.
DOLL CRAFTER May 1994 (v.10#1) pg. 56

Leading Lady. Modeling a doll in the Cinderella-style wedding dress popular around 1870. Instructions on casting and painting the porcelain head included.
DOLL CRAFTER Jun 1994 (v.10#2) pg. 16

A Victorian tableau. Part 2. Making the baby doll.
DOLL CRAFTER Jun 1994 (v.10#2) pg. 42

Reproduction of a rare K*R 102 antique doll manufactured in the early 1900s in Germany. This boy doll is outfitted in a sailor costume typical of the period. Instructions on molding and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Jul 1994 (v.10#3) pg. 16

Queen Anne Marie reproduction doll is clothed in the 16th century fashion designed for ladies of royalty. Molding and painting the head.
DOLL CRAFTER Jul 1994 (v.10#3) pg. 40

Five boy and girl cowboy dolls. (1) All-American cowboy doll (30" tall) represents a little boy dressed up in denim, vest, boots, etc. (2) Cowgirl based on the Shay mold set. (3) Billy-Jo cowgirl based on 20" Joey mold set. (4) Little cowpoke girl based on Skyler mold set. (5) Little boy cowboy with porcelain boots.
DOLL CRAFTER Jul 1994 (v.10#3) pg. 58, 70, 72, 76, 78

A Bourgoin Steiner (Series C) reproduction doll. Casting and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Aug 1994 (v.10#4) pg. 16

A girl with a curl. Reproduction of a 22" tall china head doll produced in the late 1880s by Alt, Beck & Gottschalck in Thuringia, Germany. Instructions for casting and painting the porcelain head and tips on attaching the body.
DOLL CRAFTER Aug 1994 (v.10#4) pg. 40

Bumblebee for summer. A "Holiday Helper" porcelain doll head is dressed in a bumblebee costume. Crafting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Aug 1994 (v.10#4) pg. 58

Beautiful Emily. Modern doll represents a two-year-old child holding a basket of flowers. Casting and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Aug 1994 (v.10#4) pg. 116

E12J Camille reproduction doll. Casting and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Sep 1994 (v.10#5) pg. 40

Alexia and Wanda. Two completely posable toddler dolls with porcelain heads, hands and feet are made from the Alexia mold set. Casting and painting the heads.
DOLL CRAFTER Sep 1994 (v.10#5) pg. 56

Tip on keeping a detailed record sheet on each doll you make from the same mold.
DOLL CRAFTER Sep 1994 (v.10#5) pg. 60

Lavender and lace. Reproduction of a Simon & Halbig 26" doll. Casting and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Sep 1994 (v.10#5) pg. 82

Abby, a 24" portrait doll of a real girl. Casting and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Oct 1994 (v.10#6) pg. 16

Reproduction of the 16" E.J. Juneau Fashion doll marked "E8J Emile" (circa 1880). Casting and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Oct 1994 (v.10#6) pg. 24

Tip on using a strap tie (wire wrap) to attach a porcelain doll head to a soft body.
DOLL CRAFTER Oct 1994 (v.10#6) pg. 144

Desiree. A fashionable modern lady doll dressed in elegant velvet, taffeta and beads. Instructions for casting and painting the porcelain head.
DOLL CRAFTER Nov 1994 (v.10#7) pg. 16

Reproduction of a 23" portrait lady Jumeau with applied ears. Instructions on how to cast and add the ears to the porcelain doll's head.
DOLL CRAFTER Nov 1994 (v.10#7) pg. 28

A collection of four dolls built around the "Anya" mold set. Instructions on casting and painting the various porcelain heads. (1) Mechanical Anya is decorated like a court jester manipulating a puppet. (2) Anya as a German child. (3) Anya and her twin brother Andrew. (4) Springtime for Anya during Victorian times.
DOLL CRAFTER Nov 1994 (v.10#7) pg. 76, 78, 80, 84

Reproduction of the Etienne Denamur E12D French doll (circa 1885-1895). Casting and painting the porcelain bisque head.
DOLL CRAFTER Dec 1994 (v.10#8) pg. 40

Mrs. Cratchit and Tiny Tim porcelain dolls. Painting instructions included.
DOLL CRAFTER Dec 1994 (v.10#8) pg. 68

How to adjust a porcelain doll's head for proper height when attaching to the body.
POPULAR CERAMICS #488 Mar 1990 (v.40#8) pg. 27

Billy Jack. A lebrichaun doll with a porcelain head and hands and a cloth body. Instructions for painting the head.
POPULAR CERAMICS #535 Mar 1994 (v.44#8) pg. 40