Teri makes porcelain dolls with elegant features. Her dolls have steel springs for tension and their joints are lined with fine glove leather. They post excellently. Teri uses only extra smooth white porcelain. She also makes wigs, stands, boxes, and ensembles for her dolls. They are quite lovely!
Measurements: Height - 12.7 inches Wig size - 4 inches Bust - 11.25cm Waist - 8.75cm Hip - 13.25cm Foot - 3cm Nape of neck to floor when seated - 10.25cm Underbust - 9.75cm Hand length - 3cm Upper arm (around - 4cm Wrist - 3 cm Thigh (around) - 8cm Calf (around) - 5.5cm Ankle (around) - 3.5cm
Looking forward to meeting all of you lucky Paperwhite Doll owners! <3
Last Edit: Jan 31, 2015 13:46:48 GMT -8 by allurose
Post by orchidsdesigns on Sept 22, 2014 23:14:07 GMT -8
My girl was one of the first three dolls from the very first PaperWhite collection, Daughters of the Wind.
She was named Leveche, and is the one with the wild white-blonde hair in the photographs (these are Teri's official photo's of the three sisters together)
She has the very old sculpt of feet, with spread open toes, compared to the new ballet feet. For this reason she can't wear shoes... but being a wild daughter of a hot Mediterranean wind, she probably doesn't like wearing shoes anyway. She came with her extravagant all-white dress but for the vivid blue silk sash, little "knee" socks, and her wig is magnetized.
It was a photograph of Leveche and her 'sisters' that I saw originally on Flickr that set me on my quest for a Paperwhite Doll- I am now the proud owner of the beautiful Odette- the middle ballerina in the picture above by Teri!
Last Edit: Sept 23, 2014 1:28:22 GMT -8 by bibarina
Post by orchidsdesigns on Dec 20, 2014 19:36:35 GMT -8
It is by "Petite Wanderlings" made for Blythe actually. It is VERYVERYVERY tight on Terri's dolls, and it took a bit of work to get the clasp safely shut, but ta-da... now it's not coming off for a little while
Post by amaremotion on Feb 21, 2015 9:36:57 GMT -8
Hi, I adore the serene Paperwhite dolls and would love to have one. I am looking for a Paperwhite doll but I cannot find any contact to the artist who makes them or any information on how/where to buy one. Could you help me?