(#4) 75 Apples Art- Neo Blythe Doll OOAK- BLYTHE Doll Custom TBL
(#4) 75 Apples Art- Neo Blythe Doll OOAK- BLYTHE Doll Custom TBL
(#4) 75 Apples Art- Neo Blythe Doll OOAK- BLYTHE Doll Custom TBL
(#4) 75 Apples Art- Neo Blythe Doll OOAK- BLYTHE Doll Custom TBL
(#4) 75 Apples Art- Neo Blythe Doll OOAK- BLYTHE Doll Custom TBL
(#4) 75 Apples Art- Neo Blythe Doll OOAK- BLYTHE Doll Custom TBL
(#4) 75 Apples Art- Neo Blythe Doll OOAK- BLYTHE Doll Custom TBL

(#4) 75 Apples Art- Neo Blythe Doll OOAK- BLYTHE Doll Custom TBL

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DR. APPLES’ LEGEND STATES his mother was taken from him and replaced with a doll on a pink pillow. Every year, he is presented a doll similar to the likings of his mother. This is the first doll he received. This year marks the 75th anniversary of the disappearance of his mother.


VERSAILLES WAS THE center not only of French political power but also of French fashion. Since the reign of Louis XIV, French aristocrats looked to royalty to know what not to wear. The French court had been governed by strict rules that determined the proper type of frocks, fabrics, and accessories to be donned for the season, time of day, and occasion. Louis XIV’s reign in the early 1700s was dominated by the baroque style of art, music, architecture, and haute couture. Ornate decorations, rich, dark fabrics, and elaborate, heavy designs dominated courtier couture under the Sun King.

After Louis XIV’s death in 1715, clothing styles began to evolve. Fashion took a turn to a lighter, more frivolous style, transitioning from baroque to rococo. The latter period was characterized by pastel colors, more revealing frocks, and lots of frills, ruffles, bows, and lace. This look spread from France and was copied by the elite in other European capitals.
Marie-Antoinette was an Austrian princess before she married Louis XVI in 1770. Clothing had always been a powerful signifier of nationality. When the young princess traveled from Austria to France to be married, her entourage stopped at the border between the two countries. There, Marie-Antoinette was stripped of all her Austrian clothes and dressed with clothing made in France. The ritual signified her transformation from Austrian to French.

After becoming queen in 1774, Marie-Antoinette embraced her new nation’s passion for fashion. Her enthusiasm for clothing fit into the wider culture that reigned at Versailles. In the 18th century, it was every highborn lady’s ambition to impress at court with her clothing, no small undertaking. The pressure of conspicuous consumption at Versailles, and the complex rules of fashion etiquette, dictated that women ought not wear the same outfit more than once—not, at least, without some carefully chosen, and costly, modification.

Beginning in the 17th century and continuing throughout the 18th century, both men and women in England and France wore obvious cosmetics. Gender differences were less important than class differences – cosmetics marked one as aristocratic and à la mode, and were adopted as well by those who were trying to rise in social status or become fashionable. Makeup was not intended to look natural – in fact, it was called “paint” — but instead, “…to represent one’s aristocratic identity as declaratively as possible through cosmetic artifice” (Hyde). Women and men showed their respectability and class through white skin, and heavy makeup was considered more respectable than naturally light skin. [4]

THIS VERSION OF HIS MOTHER is rebellious in her universe. She has no intentions of being like the others but she can never say no to wearing her favorite blue dress. Although scarlet was the chosen color of the rebels, she prefers shorter dresses. She dares anyone to challenge her style. With her wealth & dazzling pet pig by her side, you may think it but you wouldn’t dare say it. She has plans for tea and biscuits later this evening, then a gaze into the stars at night alone.

1/6 BJD Blythe

Her blue dress was inspiration for her design. She is a Blythe, plastic doll. She has a custom skin tone and her hands and toes are painted. Her dress was hand crafted by couture designers from China who specialize in custom 1:6 scale dolls. Being an Icy doll, her she has 4 sets of eyes to complement her dress. Her wig is made of Kanekalon and is glues on to her head in case of customization and repair. She is a doll for collectors. She is not suitable for play.


Not included: decoration objects


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Custom based on TBL Blythe (it is not original blythe doll), skin tone - normal. Hinged body. Hands and feet move and bend.

Body with neck on the anchor hinge (reinforced) - has the ability to tilt slightly to the right/left and forward/backward.

Made carving nose and lips, face painted with pastel, pastel pencil, watercolor & clay.

Make-up is fixed with matte varnish with UF filter, lips are covered with varnish.

Custom Eye chips & "Sleepy eyes."

Replaced by lashes.

Pullings cords are decorated with Eye Change (Dr. Apples) Other Cord (Bead or Charm) for Sleepy Eyes.

Complete with the doll is the clothes in the photo.

Does NOT Include a stand or frame.

This is a lovely handcrafted, hand carved, hand painted customized (but not perfected) art-doll for adults. Please consider carefully before buying. Slight colour diviations are possible by different monitor-adjustments.

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Your order will be dispatched within 7 to 14 working/business days.

Orders are shipped via local post!

Return and exchange is not possible. Each doll is made in a single copy and it is not perfect doll.
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The (#4) 75 Apples Art- Neo Blythe Doll OOAK- BLYTHE Doll Custom TBL is the product you didn't think you need, but once you have it, something you won't want to live without.

Inventory Last Updated: Nov 19, 2019

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