Realistic Lifelike Baby Dolls
Few things are as precious as the first time your baby responds to your touch by turning her little head towards you, blessing you with a look of complete trust. Now this remarkable So Truly Real® touch-activated lifelike baby doll perfectly captures that special moment. That's because Chloe responds to your touch be turning her head from side to side to look up at you, her beautiful eyes filled with love.
An Ashton-Drake Galleries exclusive FIRST, this amazingly realistic touch-activated baby doll is sculpted by award-winning doll artist Linda Murray. Chloe is then handcrafted of baby-soft RealTouch® vinyl, with heart-melting hand-painted features and wispy baby hair. She arrives in a darling outfit adorned with ribbon and floral embroidery. She's even fully poseable, making her even more lifelike. Strong demand is expected for this breathtaking touch-activated baby doll, so don't wait to bring her home. Order now!
This exclusive collectible So Truly Real® touch-activated lifelike baby doll from The Ashton-Drake Galleries features:
- A first-ever So Truly Real® touch-activated baby doll by award-winning doll artist Linda Murray that turns her head from side to side, exclusively from The Ashton-Drake Galleries
- Baby Chloe is sculpted by artist Linda Murray and then cast in baby-soft RealTouch® vinyl, with hand-painted features and delicate wispy hair
- She responds to your touch! Chloe's head turns from side to side while she looks up at you with a trusting expression that's amazingly lifelike
- To add to her already impressive realism, Chloe is fully poseable
- Chloe arrives in a darling outfit adorned with ribbon and floral embroidery
- Requires 3 "AA" batteries (not included)
- Certificate of Authenticity
- Measures 22" L; 55.9 cm L
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