Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Minuscule Queen Anne

S o very, very petite,,, standing at only 4.5".
My hand looks huge! It really isn't I promise!
She's a handful alright,(in more ways than one, lol ! )

click on the picture to get a closer look..
I have discovered that it is really difficult to photograph such tiny beings!

We hope to go on ebay this evening, depending on if she cooperates
during her photo shoot or not ;-)

Will keep ya posted,
Thanks for visiting!!!
Nan and Anne

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Old World Primitives said...

She is so amazingly detailed for such a tiny gal! I can only imagine the amount of precise work that went into painting her face - she is beautiful!


Stephen said...

Your dolls are lovely!

The-Artful-Attic said...

Just breath taking!!!! Nan..you did it again...she is lovely.


Julie said...

Hi Nan,
I am in love with this little ladye!!!! Your just keep on AMAZING me with your wonderful talent!!! She is the most daintiest and LOVELIEST little Queen Anne dolly I have seen.

I am not sure how I missed your post on Mr Edward Tulane, but I did. He absolutely WONDERFUL!!! What a lucky person to have won him. I did find the book after you made the first one and we enjoy reading it over and over. Thank you for that.

Anne Borge said...

What a little beauty she is. So petite and dainty.
Your talent is wonderful and with such diversity and the presentations are sweet and imaginative.

Prim's by Kim said...

Oscar Mango Golf (OMG)

She is fantabulous!!!

Lana of Honeysuckle Lane said...

Oh Nan ~ she is beautiful! I make little snowfolk sometimes and they are not nearly as detailed as this doll. You are amazing! :)

sinnlighet said...

Hello, Sweden calling...

So glad I stumbled on your lovely lovely blog today, it's always nice to find other blogger out and about on the net!


Carole said...

Oh, my goodness, Nan, how small can you go! 2 inches? You never cease to amaze me with you talent. This is a wonderful little doll!

Dixie Sargent Redmond said...

Nan - wow! I'm wondering if there was any blue language involved in making her? :-) She's wonderful!

Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

She is quite lovely!!

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Phillane E'lee said...

such detail in a tiny little being. Perfect for anywhere I just adore her and these tiny creatures.
Stunning as always.
been a while, thought I would pop in and see what you have been up to.