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From the legacy of Barbie and Cabbage Patch Kids comes a new era of dolls, Blythe dolls. Like Barbie, the most popular Neo Blythe dolls are fashion dolls that stand 12 inches or 30 cm tall with an oversized head and eyes that change colour by a pull of a string. They can come with moveable body parts such as extra gesture hands for an additional charge. The unique charm and appeal of these dolls stem from the adorable characters that they portray. The surprise of what you receive makes for an exciting reception. In the rare occasion that the particular style of the doll is not to your taste, you can also customize clothing to suit your taste. The eyes can be changed to match with a specific outfit or personality. A cord coming out of the back of the head will close the eyes and change them to another colour. The direction of the eyes also changes in the process. You will be able to buy additional outfits and, with some research, find patterns to sew your own clothing. These dolls are art that ties at the heartstrings. Sentimental doll enthusiasts will complete their collection with these dolls and retain enjoyment for years to come.
Blythe dolls were originally created in 1972 by Allison Katzman and produced by Kenner but were not well received as a children’s toy. This model was only produced for one year. Later Gina Garan used a Blythe doll as the subject in many photographs and published a book called Blythe Style, which showed her Blythe doll as the model for her fashions.
These dolls are great as collector’s items and make an excellent toy for children and adults alike. Their gigantic head, eyes and shiny skin set these dolls apart from other dolls, though they are also available with less glossy matte faces also. If you prefer a matte finish, a matt sealant can be sprayed on. The hair is put into the scalp piece of the doll and is available in a variety of colours. Legs are made out of thick rubber that makes them bendable. Arms and the upper body are made of a harder plastic and are not as flexible unless you upgrade to the jointed body option. They will have a set of eye chips, hairstyle, and stand. Factory dolls are great if you plan to do a lot of modifications to change the stock look or if you want to purchase your own accessories and clothes for them.
Modifications can be made to the dolls to change the look of the eyes or to changing their gaze to appear higher. Purchasing factory dolls are preferred for those planning to modify the dolls. This way it does not take away from the collector’s resale value and reduces some of the stress for those who are new to doll modification. Below is a list of some of the modifications that people have done: Advanced Customization
There are times when Blythe customization can get complicated. Don’t have time to customize one? Visit our Custom Blythe Doll section to browse custom Blythe dolls and see if you like one. Each custom doll listed on our page is completely unique and they can take days to customize in some cases.
1972 Kenner – 70s’ look dolls
2000 TBL Factory – parts that employees took and reassembled
2001 BL – Neo Blythe posable eyes and legs, boggled eyes, some matte faces
2002 EBL – Excellent Blythe – posable legs, no longer had boggled eyes – softer eye gaze
2004 SBL – Superior sparklier eyes and based on original Kenner design
2006 BBL – Radiance Blythe – more childlike face and modified head
2009 FBL – Fairest Blythe – fuller cheeks, semi-matte skin, larger eye pupils
2013 RBL – Radiance Blythe Plus – slight modifications to face and thinner plastic
2014 FG – Factory Girl model – modern factory version
2019 PBL – Premium Blythe Dolls – improved quality new dolls, some with carved lips and sleepy eyes feature
When searching for a Blythe doll for sale, you may see those nude Factory Blythes start from $49. Original release Blythe dolls from 1972 start at $3500 because they are rare collector’s items. Modern Custom Blythe Dolls range from $80-$4500 depending on artist and level of customization.
If you buy a Blythe doll today, it will most likely triple in value in a few years. Some of our dedicated doll collectors on This Is Blythe reached to a whooping 2000 dolls! This is a great investment opportunity regardless you are doll collector or a customizer.
Blythe Dolls are ideal for gifts, holiday, doll photography, house-warming presents, movie and animation studios, anime companies, movies, art studios, drawing and painting, self-gifting, customizing purposes, Christmas gifts, children’s birthday gifts, doll conferences, display and fairs.
If you are new to Blythe world and looking for a Blythe doll for sale, our Blythe dolls make sense because of the price point and for you to see if you would like to invest more into a collection.
!!! You are highly recommend to buy your Blythe doll and products only on our website to avoid expensive, smelly and broken dolls elsewhere. Everyday, new customers turn back to us complaining that their dolls from another website or shop smell rotten and bad plastic. Many other customers also told us that other companies did not ship their dolls at all. We also received some complaints that there were hidden fees, high customs fees and taxes as well as difficulty receiving their packages when purchased elsewhere. !!!
Our dolls and products do not have any unpleasant odor, doll body does not smell like plastic or chemical, and our high quality doll hair is not dirty or faded. When buying from us, you are also buying quality manmade fiber hair wig that will last for life. Our products are handmade, fully tested and tried then shipped. That’s our guarantee. This is us, This Is Blythe.
Please note that we cannot be held responsible if you purchase your Blythe products elsewhere such as big e-commerce sites and other online handmade stores.
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