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The Red Queen

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The Red Queen is a highly embellished one of a Kind Art Doll with attitude. She is completed designed and made by me, Stephanie Novatski. Her face is needle sculpted cloth and is colored with pencils, pens and chalks, has real eyelashes and is sealed with a matte fixative. Her hair is tibetan lambs wool and curly locks. Her crown is grungeboard, jacquard ribbon and embellished with glitter, paint, alcolhol inks, and dimensional paints. Her bodice and sleeves were made from a sheer ribbon, her vest is a silk blend brocade. The oversleeves are two cotton print fabrics trimmed with gold cord, metallic lace and ribbon. The underskirt is cotton lame with a diamond tuck pattern and sequin hearts. The overskir is tulle embellished with ribbons and metallic thread hearts stitched on an embroidery machine. Her outfit is further embellishef with metallic cord, ribbon, lace, black venice lace and black poly lace. The shoes are made from faux snake lined with gold lame and trimmed with metallic hearts and gold cord. She stands approximately 17" tall and is on a wooden base measuring 7" x 5" with a unique textured treatment. Her legs are stripped cotton fabric and her dody is made from a hand dyed high count cotton fabric with a full wire armature. She has articulated fingers.

She was born and currently resides in a smoke free home. NOTE: She is a work of art and is not suitable for a child or play.

The Red Queen


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fabric, lace, grungeboard, paints, fiberfill, Wood, Wire
  • Only ships to United States from New Jersey, United States.
  • Feedback: 4 reviews
  • Favorited by: 29 people