Saturday, December 6, 2014

(SOLD) Meet Chana!  Chana is a traditional Israeli girl name, just in time for Hanukkah 2014.  She began as a 1980's baby and has been restrung and cleaned and given a new identity!

She has a Monique Gold brown/black wig that has been cut and styled for her.  Her wonderful outfit is by Alexisophie.  Her features have been repainted and sealed.  
Her coloring will allow her to be dressed any way you like and she is really a lot of fun!I apologize for the slightly lesser quality of photos, but we have had many days of rain and trying to photograph Sashas in artificial light is hard!

(Her little white dove is just a prop and doesn't come with her although you can order her very own "dove of peace" at this website.  They have lots of wonderful little bird props that are great for Sasha dolls!

Chana is $230 and international shipping is available -- email me here for information

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Meet Cherice!!   SALE PENDING Her name means "cherry" and she has the red hair to match it!
Cherice began as a 1980's Sasha doll.  She has been all repainted and has a wonderful Monique Gold curly red wig and a  handmade outfit by Nomacustom on Etsy.  It consists of a traditional Sasha style high yoke dress, pinafore (or can be worn as a petticoat underneath!) and bloomers.  I have added white socks and cream colored boots to her outfit.

Her eyes are handpainted in a combination of greens and browns and her lip color is a terracotta.

Her hair is a lot of fun to style and is really wild!   Sorry so many pictures - I just had a lot of fun photographing this girl!
Cherice is in good condition with a little bit of pink mark on the ends of her toes on one foot almost like a very light peach marker mark. 
Cherice is $385 and comes with her complete outfit and little bird friend!  I may be contacted here 

Robin: A Unisex Sasha Doll

(SOLD) Meet Robin!
 In the late 1960's the Gotz company released what is known as a "unisex" Sasha doll.  Sasha had always been a "universal" doll completely open to a child's interpretation in race, age and style; dressed in simple clothing with simple hairstyles and a "blank" face.  But Gotz briefly took it a step further and released the "unisex" doll that was open to whatever a child wanted it to be - a boy or a girl.  If the owner was a little boy, the doll could be a rough and tumble doll to buddy around with.  If the owner was a girl, it could be dressed as a girl. The doll had slightly longer than usual hair than on a boy doll but not so short that it couldn't be a boy, and was dressed in overalls.  It was a fun and creative doll!

So is Robin.  He/she began as a 1970's Gregor Sport with hair so bad that it literally shed out completely when I rubbed it when a towel.  Robin is an earlier, slightly smaller doll the chestnut Monique Gold wig he wears can be styled as either a boy or girl.

Robin wears a fantastic pair of overalls, white shirt, trapper hat and scarf from Nomacustom on Etsy.  They are just adorable! (the floral jumper belongs to one of my dolls and isn't part of the sale, just to show how versatile this doll is!)   Also included are white socks and a pair of boots!
As a girl, she reminds me a bit of Tatum O'Neal in Paper Moon!
Robin's friend is available separately!
The doll , while in good condition, had a little play wear including a shiny place on the cheek I was unable to remove and a dot on the hand.
Robin is $375 and is signed with a certificate.  Email me at if you are interested