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Forest Fancies Girl
Forest Fancies Girl
Forest Fancies Girl
Forest Fancies Girl
Forest Fancies Girl
Forest Fancies Girl
Forest Fancies Girl
Forest Fancies Girl
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Forest Fancies Girl

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Do you love good design? Or retro decor? The beautiful patterns of vintage Pyrex dishes take on new life in these unique hand painted peg dolls.

Pyrex sold the Forest Fancies pattern for only 5 years from 1981-86, designed by Mark G Rubin. Forest Fancies is an earthy and whimsical pattern of the forest floor featuring toadstool. Pyrex is a brand made by the Corning company, an American glass dishware maker started in 1915.

These figurines are the perfect gift for the Pyrex collector or lover of vintage, retro, or even farmhouse decor!
My grandmothers had wonderful Pyrex plates, mugs, and mixing bowls in these great patterns. I am enjoying painting these dolls as an homage to the great home cooks of a different generation.

Doll are made to order and I'm happy to accommodate your needs - message me if you're looking for a different skin or eye color.

Painted and sealed with certified nontoxic paints. Dolls stand 3.5" tall and come wrapped in tissue in a small drawstring muslin bag, ready for gifting!

Other vintage dish patterns available as dolls:
Gooseberry (1957-1966)
Butterprint (1957-1966)
Blue Cornflower (technically Corningware, made by the same company, 1958)
Friendship (1971-1974) 
Spring Blossom Green (aka Crazy Daisy) (1972-1981)
Butterfly Gold (1972-1981)
Forest Fancies (1981-1986)
Shenandoah (1981-1986)