The Royal County Arbiter

23 November 2005

Museum of Childhood - pt.2

Dolls and figurines were, as you'd expect, well represented at the Museum of Childhood. Here are some exhibits which caught our eye.

Below: Such surly faces! This pair looked like they were plotting something big.

Doll couple, Museum of Childhood

Triple-faced baby, Museum of Childhood

Above: Triple-faced baby. Its clothing is presumably lost for good, but this doll would originally have lived in a large, hooded outfit. Once inside his hood, a twist of the nodule atop the doll's head would have revealed a different face.

Below: Hovering figurine collection. My favourite is the litte fellow with the guitar and pointy hat (left-hand side). They all remind me of characters from the N64 Legend of Zelda videogames. Note giant priest baby in background.

Hovering figurines, Museum of Childhood

Paper dolls, Museum of Childhood

Above: Cute paper dolls. There's something of the Shirley Temple about them.

Below: Finally, I can't decide if this disembodied doll's head - lying in a display box in a nook of the museum - was supposed to be part of the exhibition or not.

Doll's head, Museum of Childhood

More from the Museum: pt.1 | pt.3 | pt.4 | pt.5


Blogger Darrell:

I reckon those evil-browed twins have already carried out their plans - and the results are that picture at the bottom.

2:48 pm  
Blogger Myrtle Peacock:

Too right! They've been so naughty that god has turned them into dolls.

7:58 pm  
Blogger ben:

See more of therse fabulous dolls at:

And they wonder why there's so many murders in the world!

9:36 am  
Blogger Jellie:

And I used to think Blythe was the coolest scariest doll.

11:31 am  

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