Medieval Maidens

Young Girls from the Middle Ages
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Lois Jarman (shown here), created the Medieval Maidens books and Gisela doll.

From the Medieval Maidens blog "about us":

Medieval Maidens began in 2006 with the Gisela Story book. Since then we have grown to a series of books about five medieval princesses. Medieval Maidens created the "Princess Quests" reading program used by the Central Maryland Girl Scout Council, works with school groups to teach medieval history and has designed a museum quest for visits to the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore. In the spring of 2009, the Gisela doll and book set received the Seal of Excellence award from Creative Child Magazine.

The Medieval Maidens is a family company -- daughter Tiffany is the company's webmaster and author of the fifth book.

The dolls are low quality but what you'd expect for the current, discount price. The concept is excellent and the clothing the dolls come dressed in is worth the price of the doll.

18.00 in
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Play dolls
18 inch vinyl play dolls
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Sleep eyes
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Child dolls
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