Adora Dolls

 


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This article describes the history of Adora dolls, their description and what makes these dolls unique. Adora Dolls are high quality collectible dolls which are produced by the Adora Company. The company has years of experience in making artistic dolls. The Adora Dolls are the result of the company's research on dolls in museums and collections throughout Europe. These Dolls are made of vinyl to resemble porcelain and have exquisite faces and outfits. The company started producing these dolls in 2000. The company has years of experience in making artistic dolls.

There are two collections of Dolls. The first is the Limited Edition Dolls which have limited number of dolls in each style. They are sculpted by the company's in house artists and their outfits are custom designed with exquisite detailing. You can know that they are exclusive as each doll comes with a locket with a photograph of the doll inside and the words Adora Inc and the year of the collection inscribed on it. These Dolls are small in size as they depend on the size of the available fabric. The dolls are 22" tall and weigh 4#.

The second collection of these Dolls are the “Name Your Own Baby Dolls" they are available in a variety of faces, skin color, gender, hair and eye color. This enables children to have a doll looking just like them. These Dolls have the unique feature of a birth certificate with each doll so that the “parents" of each doll can name their baby, and decide on it birth date and place of birth.

These Dolls are very popular with collectors. Both children and adults like to play with these dolls as they have a realistic appearance and weight. They also come with extra outfits which make playing with dolls more fun These adora Dolls are surely very adorable for everyone.

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