Amy and Bets van Boxel

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  1. Ahidha by Amy Van Boxel

    Many children long to follow in their parents career footsteps, but how often do you see a daughter, or son, able to continue their parents work as successfully as Amy van Boxel does her mothers? Ahidha is a tribute both to Amy's skill and her mother's, the highly acclaimed Dutch sculptor and doll artist, Bets van Boxel. The tender bisque model of a young Tibetan child whose details extend to his wistful chracterized face with superbly painted cmoplexion and expressively sculpted fingers and toes. He has real lashes and artistically disheveled hair. His costume, entirely handmade by the artist, is authentic in every detail. Made in a limited edition of 5. 14". Learn More
    $1,100.00

  2. Kazu By Amy Van Boxel

    Dressed in his ceremonial Japanese kimono, and holding a pair of wind toys, Kazu is clearly ready for the Japanese national holiday of Boy’s Day. Kazu is a character doll with conflict etched onto his face; to play with the toys is to risk his incredibly stylish black silk kimono. You won’t be conflicted when you order Kazu and see for yourself the incredibly realistic details from the white tips of his fingernails to his real hair eyelashes. Kazu possesses a bisque head, lower arms and legs attached to a firm cloth body. Limited edition of 5. 14". Learn More
    $1,100.00

  3. Maria Luz, by Bets van Boxel

    From famed Dutch doll sculptor Bets van Boxel, long known for the ethnic diversity of her doll collections, comes the Bolivian baby, Maria Luz, a member of van Boxel's Basket Babies collection. Aside from a highly realistic sculpted bisque, the doll has real hair eyelashes, highly detailed painting including fingernails and "dusty" bare feet. Produced in a limited edition of 10, each doll is signed and numbered by the artist. 13". Learn More
    $1,100.00

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