Surprise Saturdays: Lammily!!!

We are always when we see exciting news about new dolls out there…and we’re really digging Nikolay Lamm’s newest offering, Lammily. We think ‘average’ can be extraordinary in the doll world…and what a better way to celebrate than to bring new body types to toys and collectibles? We hope Lamm reaches his goal, and we really can’t wait to see what customizers start doing with Lammily. Good Luck, Nikolay!!!

Lammily by Nikolay Lamm

Lammily by Nikolay Lamm

Weekly Summary – click on each date to take you to that blog post:

Week of 3/1/2014

March 1, 2014 – Share Your Red Carpet Best!

March 2, 2014 – Pullip 2014 Preview

March 3, 2014 – In Memoriam: J. Michael Augustyniak

March 4, 2014 – Repaints

March 5, 2014 – Montaigne Market Elise Jolie

March 6, 2014 – Fundraiser to Benefit Kathrine Switzer’s 261 Fealess

March 7, 2014 – DollObserver’s Fashion Doll Awards LAST DAY

Week of 2/22/2104
February 22, 2014 – Surprise Saturdays: Superdoll Saturday Takeover
February 23, 2014 – Special Sundays: Kingdom Doll & Mary Magpie
February 24, 2014 – Manic Mondays: Barbie Mackie Princess Stargazer, FR16 Hanne Erikson CoutureDolls’ Exclusive by Integrity, Barbie City Shopper, Gene Marshall, and dollbid Steals & Deals
February 25, 2014 – Tuesday Trends: RIP Harold Ramis
February 26, 2014 – Wednesday Wants: Tonner 2014 New Release Preview
February 27, 2014 – Throwback Thursday:  Beautiful Barbie
February 28, 2014 – Fashion Doll Fridays: Red Carpet Madness!!!

Throwback Thursdays: Fundraiser to Benefit Kathrine Switzer’s 261 Fearless

Fans of the Boston Marathon will view it as a crowning accomplishment for the athletes who compete from year-to-year despite challenges. Kathrine Switzer is no stranger to this – she was the first woman to run the marathon, even coming under attack for it in 1967! Times have changed…but challenges still exist…

Switzer under attack in 1967

Switzer under attack in 1967

dollbid is proud to host this fund-raiser for Switzer’s 261 Fearless Movement – read more about it (click here) – and in this double Throwback Thursday offering, we have for sale in support of the movement one set of vintage Madame Alexander Little Women Dolls – played with gently, these amazing works of Madame Alexander’s heritage doll art represent one of the dollmaker’s strengths, creating fine dolls based on American classics. Read more about the auction here or click the images below – and thank you for reading!!!

Based on Louisa May Alcott's Classc

Based on Louisa M. Alcott’s Classic, Little Women

Gently Loved

Gently Loved