History of Famous Dolls - Origin of Every Doll
Each doll has its history. Each doll has a story to tell about how it came to this world and how it became famous. Find out more about history of famous dolls.
Teddy Bear is one of the most iconic toys. It found its way to children’s hearts very fast and it stayed there until this day. Here you can find more about history of Teddy Bear.
Barbie is one of the most famous fashion dolls. It appeared as filling in a gap of a doll market, today is a fashion icon. More information about history of the Barbie can be found here.
Bratz dolls are fashion dolls and main competitors of the Barbie. With their specific design and with following of modern fashion they carved their own niche on the scene of the fashion toys. Here you can find more about history of Bratz dolls.
Golliwog is a rag doll made of black fabric with wide white eyes, red lips and dressed in traditional minstrel clothing. Made first in 19th century and part of many children childhoods they are now highly controversial. Here you can read more about history of Golliwog.
Bobblehead dolls are interesting type of collectable toys. They are often figurine of someone famous, real or fictitious with oversized head connected to body with spring which allows for bobbling of the head. Read and learn more about history of the bobblehead.
Mr. Potato Head was a first toy to be advertised on the television. Its main characteristic is that it must not always look the same. Find more interesting information about history of Mr. Potato Head.
G.I. Joe is an action figure marketed toward boys. They are soldiers and they have their weapons, vehicles, equipment and other accessories. Read more about history of G.I. Joe.
When it was designed, Blythe doll had a very short life of only one year. It took it a long time to be popular again but it made it. Read more about history of the Blythe doll.