dolls

  • A is For Annabelle

    Learn the alphabet from A-Z with the help of Annabelle, Grandmother's doll. Each gorgeously illustrated spread features one of her favorite things. With antique boxes, parasols, and yarn for knitting, children can learn the alphabet in grand style.

    Originally published in 1954, this is the 2000 edition for the "Tasha Tudor Collection" by Simon & Schuster.

    All ages.

    52 pages.

    Alternating black/white and color illustrations.

    Sized 9" x 7".

    Hardcover or Paperback.

  • Board Stool, Doll Size

    The original in Tasha Tudor's winter kitchen has a small drawer--this doll-size version does not. As a matter of fact, the original is only a copy of one in a book. Nevertheless, Tasha Tudor enjoyed hers immensely.

    4 3/4" high 3 1/4" x 6" top

  • Doll Size Flatware Tray

    Tasha did not keep good silverware in her tray; rather it held kitchen utensils of various sorts. Doll sized quarter reproduction of Tasha's own flatware tray. Length 3.5'' Depth 2 5/8'' Height 1.5''

  • Doll Tea Party Cards

    Everyone should have a tea party now and then, especially when you're young and love your dolls and stuffed animals. This card reproduces a scene from when Tasha was a young mother, and her children were part of the daily environment from which she drew her inspiration. These make lovely invitations for tea parties, Easter gatherings, children's parties, or just a sweet note to share with a friend.

    Size: 4" x 5 1/2"

    Interior: Blank

    6 cards/envelopes.

    Printed in USA.

  • Making your own Sparrow Post Box

    December 5, 2016

    The Sparrow Post is one of the most beloved and enduring traditions in the Tudor family. Every year, especially near Christmas and Valentines Day, Tasha Tudor, her children, and (later) her grandchildren would spend hours crafting miniature letters or valentines, envelopes, and post-boxes. Once constructed, the family would hang their little post-boxes on their bedroom doors and every morning they would wake eagerly to check to see if any mail had arrived in the night. Sometimes they would use the Sparrow Post to write to each other and sometimes the letters were addressed to or from their famous dolls such as Thaddeus Crane and Melissa Shakespeare who were considered part of the family. 

  • Marjorie Tudor: Doll Collector Magazine Feature

    Contemporary Doll Collector Magazine features a 6-page article written by Linda White-Francis and is accompanied by seven large photographs of Marjorie Tudor's beautifully handmade dolls. The text offers insight into the importance and history of dolls within the Tasha Tudor family. Copies signed by Marjorie Tudor if requested and available.

  • Settle Chair, Doll Size

    One quarter size copy of the oft-depicted settle chair by Tasha's fireplace.  Height 11" Width 5 1/2" Depth 4"

  • Tasha's Art Chair, Doll Size

    For decades, Tasha's working "studio" was really nothing more than her paints, brushes, and paper casually strewn at the end of an old farm table where she sat in a low hoopskirt-style chair from the 1700s. The splint seat is actually made of chair cane. Tasha spent hours sitting in her art chair, painting and drawing. 

    H 9 3/4"  W 5 1/2" D 4"

  • Tasha's Art Stand-Miniature size

    Quarter size reproduction of Tasha's own art stand. Her original stand on her art table was usually so covered with works in progress, reference materials, rulers, and so on, that its form was rarely seen. The original was a age-darkened wood. The new ones are of oiled natural cherry from our property. In time these cherry stands turn quite dark.  3.5'' wide, 4'' tall. 

  • Utility Tavern Table, Doll Size

    Doll size.  These sturdy tables took a lot of abuse in old taverns.  Legs and apron painted, top stained. Most tops are breadboard-end pine. Height 6''   Top 8''x13''