Jamie Williamson

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Little Alice, $8,300.00 SOLD
25" seated
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Snow White $12,000.00 SOLD
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Snow White comes with 3 different looks.  Here she is in the gold underskirt with machine embroidery on the front and the red over skirt.
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The back & sides of the red skirt are machine embroidered with the 7 dwarfs, the old witch with the apple and the prince on a horse.  (Not the Disney version.)
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When you turn the red skirt around to the underside it is blue.  Notice the headband has now been changed to the same blue.
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Here she is in the blue skirt with a crown.
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And now here is Snow White in the gold underskirt and headband.
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Notice the pretty silver basket which holds the fateful apple.
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After the Dance, $9,200.00 SOLD
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Cernit with green glass blown eyes and black human hair.  34"-35" lying down positioning.

This sex "show girl's" dress is made of silk with silk trim embellishments.  Her hat is made of antique silk flowers with ostrich plumes.  She wears stockings and handmade shoes.  She now resides on this double ended sofa with handmade bolster. 

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She carries a flirtatious hand held masquerade mask.
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From the Story Book Series - Cinderella, $9,500.00 SOLD

One of a kind Cernit, Blue blown glass eyes, blond human hair.  approximately 35" without crown, 38" with crown.

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The first in a series of story book dolls.  She is dressed in a silk gown adorned with antique lace.  The birds are hand done and painted by Jamie.  She comes complete with her gorgeous crown decorated with tiny crystals.  We just love how Jamie incorporated the story line with the birds without making her too "Disney."  Call regarding Alice in Wonderland.
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See something you like but it is sold?  Consider doing a Custom Order.  Each is a one of a kind but similar themes or looks can be achieved.  Different hair, eye and costume colors of your choice! 25% down and then you can either make monthly payments or pay the balance when the piece comes in.  You can even request pieces to come in into 2011. 
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Jamie Williamson Biography

Jamie had this to say: “I was born Jamie Anselmo on July 4, 1965, in Rochester, New York.  I have always had an eye and love for art. Even at an early age, my Mom was never surprised to find I had abandoned my other toys for a pad of paper and finger paints.

I married and took the name Williamson in 1984.  I became a Mom in 1986 and my love for art and creating it, needed to be put on hold for awhile. As my children got a little older, I wanted to send my children to a private school.  To do this, I needed to make a little extra money and I found myself making cloth dolls.  Soon after, I began selling them at country stores and art shows. I bought a doll magazine after a year or so and soon discovered what artists were creating with polymer clay.  After just one day I knew what I wanted to do. At first I couldn’t give my work away, I just wasn’t satisfied enough, but after several months I felt confident enough to start sending out pictures of my work to different doll shops.

Today, I have more adults than children in the house.  I find I have more time to dedicate to my art.  I feel as the years pass by I continue to stretch my abilities and gifts. I love doing pieces with themes including Angels and Fairies and also Religious vignettes. I love the freedom I have to express myself through my art, and I hope I can continue to take it to new levels.

My favorite thing about creating dolls is seeing the joy and smiles, and feeling the appreciation and love of art that this brings to myself and those of you who acquire them.”

The Cernit dolls Jamie has done for us have ranged in height from 12” – 40”.  They generally have a cloth body and wire armature.  She uses human hair, mohair and/or a combination of both.  The eyes are German glass or hand blown glass.  After first attending our 2002 Doll Show, she introduced her Royal Highness series at our 2005 Show and gave us exclusive rights. Since then we have also had exclusive rights to her Angels.  Jamie, who makes about 10 dolls a year, dresses her dolls in gorgeous silks, tulles, antique laces and vintage pearl and beaded trims.  Her woodland fairies have hand-made wings painted with chalk pastels.  The stunning backdrops and thrones are made of hand-carved solid wood.

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