Synonyms for dolls or Related words with dolls

doll              figurines              puppets              toys              plush              figurine              toy              barbie              mannequins              stuffed              ornaments              costumes              plasticine              outfits              playthings              bobblehead              props              handmade              puppet              slippers              puppy              hats              charms              marionettes              jewelry              dresses              quilts              cuddly              marionette              teethers              animatronic              handbags              fancy              novelties              kittens              pets              clown              bunnies              monsters              shirts              playsets              dollhouses              bobble              quilt              wardrobe              mannequin              playmates              velveteen              mugs              plaything             

Examples of "dolls"
Other popular collectible black dolls include manufactured play dolls past and current, manufactured dolls designed for collectors by companies such as Madame Alexander and Tonner Doll, artist dolls, one-of-a-kind dolls, portrait dolls and those representing historical figures, reborn dolls, and paper dolls.
Leggy dolls, are MOD 10 inch fashion dolls that were released by Hasbro in North America, Polistil in Europe and Shiba in Japan from 1972 to 1973. The Hasbro and Polistil dolls are the same dolls, while the Japanese dolls differ. The Hasbro and Shiba dolls were given names, while the Polistil dolls are identified by number.
Flatsy Dolls are flat dolls that were made by Ideal Toy Company from 1969 through 1973. Designed by Hank Kramer, Flatsy Dolls were originally marketed to little girls. Like many vintage dolls, Flatsy dolls are now collectors items.
Some fashion dolls intended for adult collectors, for example the Sybarite, and Madame Alexander dolls, have a level of anatomical correctness beyond that of fashion dolls like Barbie which are intended as children's playthings. Other dolls which are customized and enjoyed by adults are sometimes anatomically correct, like reborn baby dolls and Asian ball-jointed dolls.
French 1860-1890 fashion dolls are commonly worth over US$2000, and dolls from well-known doll makers like Jumeau, Bru and Huret can be worth over US$20,000. Among the French Bébés early dolls from Jumeau and Bru generally go for several thousand dollars, while later S.F.B.J dolls may be worth only a few hundred. Among German dolls, the character-faced dolls are the most collectible, with rarer dolls fetching several thousand dollars. At the lower end of the price range are dolls that can be found for a few hundred dollars, like dolls from Armand Marseille and common types of dolls from Kestner. Unmarked dolls that can't be identified as coming from a specific manufacturer also fetch lower prices, but there are many exceptions. Small all-bisque penny dolls can be found at low prices as well. Carl Horn all bisque dolls are an exception, fetching upwards of $150 a piece for a 1" tall all-bisque doll.
Some characters share names. Not counting the updated looks of the Main 6, there have been 2 dolls named "Trini," 2 dolls named "Vanessa," 2 dolls named ""Carissa"," and 3 dolls named ""Marissa"."
Most of their dolls had closed mouths; dolls tend to be smaller than the dolls of the other manufacturers- the vast majority are under 50 cm tall.
Worry dolls (also named trouble dolls; Spanish Muñeca quitapena) are small, mostly hand-made dolls that originate from Guatemala and Mexico.
The hobby of creating reborn baby dolls began around 1939 when doll enthusiasts wanted more realistic dolls. Since then, an industry surrounding reborn dolls has emerged.
Playboy Collectors' Figures are a series of dolls modeled after popular "Playboy" Playmates. Generally known as Playboy Dolls, the first doll was launched at the International Toy Fair in New York City in 2002. The dolls are 16 inches tall, dwarfing G.I. Joe dolls by 4 inches. Initial dolls in the series are:
Bitty Baby dolls at are shorter than the normal American Girl dolls which are tall.
Reborn dolls are also known as "Lifelike dolls" or " a reborn baby doll"
The dolls of Dolls Museum even was awarded first prize namely Golden Peacock Feather at the Dolls Biennale that was held in Cracow, Poland in 1980. The major attractions of this museum are Kabuki and Samurai dolls from Japan, Maypole dance replica dolls of Hungary, UK’s Queen collections, Orchestra of women from Thailand, etc.
A line of the dolls of the same name was introduced in 2015. The first dolls were introduced in the fall of 2015, and include both basic, unarticulated dolls as well as deluxe articulated dolls that come with their own science experiments. McKeyla, Adrienne, Bryden, and Camryn were the first characters to become dolls. A year later, Devon and Ember were introduced and dolls were made. Each doll features fashions that character has worn on the show.
The earliest found dolls were made by Inuit living in Brooman Point Village, Bathurst Island over two thousand years ago. Since the migration of humans over the land bridge in the Bering Strait, these dolls were common in Inuit culture. While the history of creating these dolls are unknown, the tradition may have started over 1,000 years ago. There are at least two different types of Inuit dolls from the Canadian region, Play dolls and Collector's Dolls.
The displays include a nursery with spectacular 3 seater rocking horse and a reconstructed classroom. The center of the collection is the Brian Elder collection of dolls purchased for the museum in 1976. It includes examples of peg dolls, pressed felt dolls by Lenci, poured wax dolls, bisque porcelain dolls and composition dolls by Armand Marseille, Simon & Halbig and S.F.B.J.. In the display cabinets are doll's houses, Lego, Meccano and some Hornby railway trains.
The generic name for the dolls is "Sasha" after their creator. Some dolls have their own names, however. During the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, "Caucasian" boy dolls were known as "Gregor", black girl dolls were known as "Cora", and black boy dolls were known as "Caleb". When production resumed in 1995, many of the dolls were given individual names by the manufacturer, but all are still identified by the collective name of "Sasha".
The best-selling celebrity dolls in history are The Spice Girls dolls, made in 1997, selling over eleven million, Other million selling dolls of recent years include the Britney Spears doll, made in 1999, the New Kids on the Block dolls (selling over two million dolls) and Christina Aguilera doll (selling over three million dolls). Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen dolls were also popular from 1999-2004. Dolls of Lindsay Lohan, Hilary Duff and Destiny's Child were being made in 2005-2006. In 2007-2009 dolls based on characters in Disney Channel movies and TV series, such as, "High School Musical", "Hannah Montana", "The Cheetah Girls", "Camp Rock", and "Wizards of Waverly Place" were released. In the 2010s, dolls of Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj and Lady Gaga were made for charitable efforts.
The main collections of Dolls Museum are of 150 types of Indian costume dolls created at the own workshop of the museum which is located inside the museum. The craftsmen create the dolls with utmost perfection to create a symphony of the physical features, costumes and ornaments. In the pageant are characters from India's unique classical dance, Kathakali, with its lavish costumes. Other dolls of special interest are Boys and Girls Festival dolls from Japan, replica Dolls of the Queen's collection (UK), Maypole Dance from Hungary, Kabuki and Samurai dolls from Japan, Flamenco dancers from Spain, Women's Orchestra from Thailand, and Kandy Pehara from Sri Lanka.
Under the Ashton-Drake Galleries name they have sold dolls like Gene Marshall and Blythe as well as Reborn dolls.