Bleuette

Year of introduction: 
1905
About the brand: 

Bluette is a small, articulated, bisque doll produced as a premium for La Semaine de Suzette, a French children's magazine published by Gautier-Languereau. Bleuette was made between 1905 and 1960 (except for 6 years during WWII). The magazine published patterns for Bluettes clothes, over time creating over 1,000 patterns for her.

Details
Height: 
10.50 in
to: 
11.50 in
Doll types: 
Play dolls
Primary material: 
Bisque
Hair type: 
Wigged
Eye type: 
Fixed/Inset glass
Doll ages: 
Child dolls
Target age (of owner): 
0
to: 
103
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