Alexander

In 1923, Madame Beatrice Alexander Behrman founded the Alexander Doll Company and began to fulfill her dream of creating beautifully handcrafted play dolls for children. Madame's vision was founded on her unwavering belief that dolls should engage the imagination and contribute to a child's happiness and understanding of the world. Over the decades, great works of literature, the arts, and the different cultures of the world became the inspiration for many of her creations. For more than four generations the company she founded has upheld this dream by creating award-winning dolls that continue to delight generations of children and collectors all over the world.


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  1. Colonial Christmas by Madame Alexander

    By Madame Alexander. Wearing a traditional and lavish floor-length Christmas brocade, the Colonial Christmas Wendy-kins doll even comes with her own traditional Christmas wreath. 8”. SD-1345. Learn More
    $95.00

  2. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star by Madame Alexander

    Madame Alexander's classic Wendy is costumed as Twinkle Twinkle Little Star wearing a navy blue silk dress with embroidered yellow stars and even comes with her own star-shaped wand. 8''. Learn More
    $69.00

  3. Little Birthday Princess, by Alexander

    Wendy's birthday costume is a purple silk dress with stitched purple adornments. She even comes with a small birthday cake and a wearable child-sized tiara which matches her own. 8''. Learn More
    $109.00

  4. Merry Little Christmas by Alexander

    Madame Alexanders Wendy wears a red skirt adorned with a white embroidered candy cane which perfectly matches the porcelain Lenox ornament that accompanies the doll. 8". Learn More
    $199.00

  5. Alice In Wonderland by Madame Alexander

    Alice In Wonderland by Madame Alexander. From the Storyland Collection. 8". SD-1232. $59 Learn More
    $59.00

  6. Winter Garden by Madame Alexander

    Winter Garden's coat could have been borrowed from Mrs. Claus herself with a bright red velvet covering and elegant fur lining. 8''. Learn More
    $89.00

  7. Oh Christmas Tree with Lennox Ornament, by Alexander

    A festive doll dressed for a traditional holiday season in a green dress adorned with an embroidered ivory-and-gold Christmas tree that perfectly matches her accompanying ornament by the renowned Lenox porcelain firm. 8''. Learn More
    $195.00

  8. Marcella and Raggedy Ann by Alexander

    Marcella is an Alexander-kins Wendy doll with bent knees, blue eyes, and short golden curls. She wears a full length floral-printed empire dress and a straw hat decorated with flowers. She also comes with her own 4" cloth Raggedy Ann doll. Learn More
    $109.00

  9. Cindy Bride by Alexander

    Wearing her elaborate but elegant wedding gown adorned with faux pearls, Cindy is ready to walk down the aisle. The red-headed Cindy is fully-articulated with 14 points of articulations and comes with her own stand. 14 1/2''. Learn More
    $199.00

  10. Nurse Wendy by Madame Alexander

    Where else would you expect a Wendy nurse to work but a doll hospital? If you have any doubts about it, her nurse’s cap, which matches her nurse’s uniform, clearly states it. She also holds a small bouquet of flowers. 8”.SD-1347. Learn More
    $95.00

  11. Christmas Snowflake by Madame Alexander

    Wendy-Kins as a blonde ballerina wearing a unique tulle skirt whose centerpiece is a large embroidered white snowflake. Even her box, unlike the signature Madame Alexander box, is shaped as a peacefully drifting snowflake. 8”. SD-1346. Learn More
    $135.00

  12. Frosty Ballerina by Madame Alexander

    By Madame Alexander. Dancing between the snowflakes is this blonde ballerina wearing a blue dress with velvet bodice and a satin- skirt with rhinestone-studded tulle overlay and adorned with embroidered snowflakes. 8”. SD-1344. Learn More
    $98.00

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