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This listing is for a custom set of kokeshi dolls inspired by the characters, Jack and Sally from Tim Burton's movie, The nightmare before Christmas.


One set of 2 original custom kokeshi dolls, hand painted by artist Craig Galentine.

Each doll is individually hand painted with acrylic paint, then signed on the bottom with a 7e and with the year that it was produced.

The doll itself is made from 2 separate wood pieces. Each piece is sanded down & connected by wooden dowel which allows for movement of the head from side to side.

The kokeshi doll's hair buns' are also made of wood & attached securely to the sides of her head.


The dolls stand between 4" - 4 1/2" tall depending upon if there are any attachments such as hair buns. They are 2' wide at their widest point which is the head.


Please note that these dolls are not intended for small children.
My kokeshi dolls are works of art to be used for display only, and not intended for play.

As with all products using natural materials such as wood, there will be slight variations in wood grain and color from doll to doll. Also with each doll being hand painted, there may be slight variations in color or pattern, not affecting the overall theme.

Thank you very much for stopping by, please feel free to contact me with any questions.

The Kokeshi Clan loves you !
Craig Galentine

Kokeshi dolls. Custom Jack and Sally inspired set

$79.99 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, acrylic paint
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Ohio, United States
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