Emily Hart Dolls
Antique Reproduction Porcelain Dolls

Cody Jumeau


Emily Hart, Grandmaster of Dollmaking

Winner of over 50 International awards, Canada's Top Trophy and many Best of show Rosettes in International Competition

Presenting: French Bebe Antique Reproduction doll originally made by Emile-Louis Jumeau circa 1886 to 1889

Painted in February of 2012

Poured in “Lady White” porcelain and with many layers of China paint meticulously applied and firings in between each layer.

The skin tone is very lovely and pale and with eye shadow

She wears earrings and matching necklace of faceted glass beads

She features finest solid glass paperweight eyes by HAND GLASS CRAFT OF ENGLAND in extra light blue color with fabulous threading.

Finest quality high luster Australian mohair wig in Platinum color with bangs, center part and soft curls

Extra Fine Painting

She has a fine quality Authentic Jumeau style reproduction French Bebe body made by Jim Vickerman.

Her gorgeous ONE OF A KIND pure silk costume is made with some silks that were given to Emily by her sister over 20 years ago. These silks were sent to Mary Lambeth to be sewn into costumes using fantastic Antique laces… Embellished with some of Mary’s finest pure silk ribbon flowers on the dress and bonnet, this is an especially beautiful costume.

Undergarments are pure cotton bloomers and half slip, hand knitted socks of silk/rayon and shoes are silk in matching tone to the costume.

This doll stands 20 inches tall and 23 inches including the bonnet brim.