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A comment from Doug James: I'm always amazed how many people still love Willow and Daisy. I loved them as well but have to admit that I was never satisfied with their pose-ability and jointing. So we’re introducing resin BJD Willow (Daisy to follow) with pose-ability and jointing a plenty! Not only can they both wear all the old Willow and Daisy ensembles but we’ve found that they fit in many other doll lines of clothes as well! As always, we are making them in ultra limited quantities. We’re taking orders now! Shipping Now!


Description: Today’s “Lacey” Willow is a fully jointed resin 16 inch BJD. She comes wearing a custom fine blue lace mini dress with tiny gold buttons at the shoulders. Underneath she wears a metallic gold jersey sheath with fine pale blue straps. She has blue lace panties and wears gold “Temple Bell” earrings, a gold bracelet, a fine blue bead bracelet, a gold necklace and her custom blue pumps. She has her short blond wig with asymmetrically cut bangs and comes with her copy of the new “The Lady Bugs” album with record. A stand is included.


$395.00

Willow in Lace

A Bit of History ...

16 inch Willow Somers and Daisy Field began their journey in the nineties as collectible vinyl fashion dolls exquisitely designed for L.L. Knickerbocker. Dubbed “The Mod British Birds”, they captured the fun and excitement of the popular 1960’s mod movement and hearts everywhere. Their fashions have been described as fanciful, colorful, defiant and debonair. As the story goes, Willow and Daisy were best of friends and lived in the center of the mod 1960’s movement, London, England. Willow was British and Daisy was British/Hindu. The girls fathers were co-owners of the popular department store by the same name, “Somers and Field”. Willow and Daisy were reflective of the years that changed a generation.
 

Willow and Daisy were 16 inch vinyl dolls designed well before jointing appeared with the first C.E.D. Dolls. They can be found in collections all over the world. But, things have changed and Doug thought it was time to bring them back - but this time in resin with beautiful joint work and infinite pose-ability! We hope you enjoy them!


Willow modeling other outfits