I came across this Blyth Doll In my shop a few weeks ago. We bought some in to sell to our fashion conscious customers. Each doll has their own style. Every doll has different eyes hair ect. There is also a few books aswell which are amazing and great gifts for Birthdays or christmas and a very reasonable price tag! Its a beautiful book to own as every doll is different. The Blyth doll came be made to order and you can get them made of your best friend and style it just like your besty would dress!!! I mean how kool is that to have your very own doll!! Yes - i want one too!!! Check them out/or google for some images!! Chow x www.thisisblythe.com/
Manufactured by Kenner in 1972, the original Blythe (now known as “vintage”) was produced for only one year and then was retired because of poor sales.
For 28 years, Blythe was a curiosity that only doll collectors were interested in.
Then, in late 2000, she made her comeback in Japan when CWC produced a charming TV commercial for Parco department store starring Blythe. After the TV spotlight she became an overnight sensation in Japan and Asia. In June 2001, to meet the popular demand of this new Blythe fanbase, CWC produced an 11 inch neo-Blythe doll, Parco Limited Edition, with the permission of Hasbro and the manufacturing help of Takara. Since that launch, 62 and still counting! editions of neo-Blythe dolls have been produced. A year later, a 4 1/2 inch version of the Neo-Blythe was invented, titled “Petite Blythe” and affectionately called “Pucci”. By the spring of 2006, there have been 100 and still counting! editions of the Petite Blythe doll produced. Nowadays, Blythe’s photogenic style can also be found gracing countless accessories and stationary goods the world over.