The doll is designed by indigenous artist Sherren Gross and with her approval made by artisans working for fair trade Artisans Effort, Kolkata. Royalties are paid to the indigenous artist. The outfit on mother and child indicates possum skin. The emblem on the mothers outfit depicts a pearl shell with dolphin and snake in it. Traditional emblems of the Nunukul,Nughie and Gorenpul people from Mijerribah ( North Stradbroke Island) in Quandamooka( Moreton Bay)
The doll has a height of 20cms when sitting. Total length is approx. 31cms.
Large African Mother and Baby
With the beautiful big eyes and the mothers braided hair, the ladies at the YWCA Bangladesh have created a charming doll. . The mother holds a baby on her back in the kanga sling.
This doll is very soft and completely safe for children to play with.
The eyes have been appliquéd on the face and the eyebrows and mouth have been hand stitched. As each doll is handmade, each doll is unique.
Story of producer group accompanies each doll.
Doll is approx. 44 cms tall.
Ages 3 +
A multicultural pair of standing dolls wearing traditional Arabian clothing.
Height of dolls is approx. 18cms.
Facial features are hand painted.
These dolls will help teach children about Arabian people and their culture . A fun way to incorporate an understanding of Arabian lifestyle into play.
These dolls have captured everyone’s hearts!
• facts, figures, research and up-to-date, evidence based information on the genetic condition itself;
• what it means to have Down syndrome, and an intellectual disability;
• the ability to live an ordinary life;
• being an individual; and importantly
• the power of language when talking about a person with Down syndrome.