"Broken Arrow Built Young-uns"
Margaret Flanagan began making her B.A.B.Y. dolls in 2001. They were designed by Margaret to be a souvenir doll and also for childs play.. They come in buntings made of genuine Pendleton from the famous Oregon mill. The hair framing the baby’s face is black fox fur.
Museum and Gallery Gift Shops find these delightful and unique dolls to be an exciting addition to their inventory.
Customers are intrigued, and just cannot resist taking one home!
"It's hard to find an Indian doll that does not look like an Anglo doll with brown skin. The features just don't quite get there. Also, It's either mass produced vinal or porcelain , most of the time.. My goal is to make indian babies that Indians love ", says Margaret.
Sizes will be approximately 15"' long. Patterns will always be beautiful assorted Pendleton patterns mixed for variety. The shock of hair on the forehead is fox fur. Each doll is a one-of-a-kind creation. The hand sewn , ( needle sculpted f) aces look so alive and adorable! Try a basket load of B.A.B.Y.s in your store!
Order yours today for $40.00 each retail + shipping and handling.
Businesses may order for wholesale price by the dozen for $216.00 plus shipping and handling.