In hindsight I have deeply regretted selling on some of my Sasha Dolls (always through Sashadolluk) and often wonder who adopted them and where they are now. Occasionally I’m lucky enough to spot them in photo form on social media some years on and so know a few their new owners and some of their details…. but the majority I haven’t a clue and only hope that they are enjoying their new lives in good, kind and caring Sasha homes.
First up is this little 1990s Gotz baby Stine that was customised with her eye painting and re-named ‘Snow Babe’ by Kelly Wenarsky. She was a Christmas Present from ‘me to me’ some years ago and came in this sweet little handknitted suit. She unfortunately was moved on when I decided to sell all my later Gotz dolls and re-invest the capital into the Frido, early Trendon and Gotz dolls.
After all these years and ‘selling on’ mistakes you’d think that I’d have learnt my lesson but no, I recently again fell into the trap and sold on this gorgeous Gotz Saucer eyed on a rare pale skinned No-navel body (admittedly I was in need of two new pairs of rimless vari-focal spectacles so needed the funds!) after having searched for years for a nice looking/not too staring eyed doll. Does anyone know who adopted her?
This 1968 philtrum eye style painted Gregor Dark Denims was another drastic and regretful mistake made in a moment of weakness. I have since found out (and hope that I’m correct) from seeing his photos that Cassie from Sashapotamus??? has purchased him.
My 1990s Gotz baby Max who I often transformed into a little tomboy girl called Maxa!
Here he is now transformed into Maxa, such a sweet little girl.
This is a dear little wide/matt-faced early Trendon baby boy Nightdress tot with large fantastic eyes that I sometimes used to middle part his hair and clip it back to make a darling little girl when needing a blonde baby girl. I now understand that Paula Morton very kindly gave bought him off Sashadolluk and gave him to Cathy Buckley-Mellor for Christmas. Hoping that he is being a good little soul for you Cathy….IF NOT you can send him back here anytime, day or night, as we really miss him.
Next we have a 1970 Gregor who was especially customised for me by Kelly Wenarsky leaving out the final sealant on the eyes as I found that they picked up the flash from my camera causing them to shine and therefore loose their detail in the photographs. She is wearing a OOAK dress that I sent the material to Ruth Hartley to make . This delightful and petite girl now lives with Joyce Jordan.
I loved this vibrant eyed Trendon bobbed haired lass but unfortunately I’ve no idea as to where she went to live etc after being sold via Sashadolluk. Hoping that someone recognises her and lets me know who adopted her and where she is now living.
The moment that I saw these photos of this dear little soul on Sashadolluk I realised that I had made a drastic mistake in letting him/her go but couldn’t do anything about it as he was snapped up within seconds of appearing and I didn’t want to let the buyer down. Would be just great to have him back.
Was even more devastated when I came across these photos in my pictures and realised that I had sold on this delightful mid 70s little chappie in one of my baby culls as their numbers had increased to 26!
Another pretty little girl. Gotz Irka with her enhanced eyes by Shelly, was another mistake as such but hopefully I’m now forgiven as she is living a very happy life with Cathy Buckley-Mellor.
My little Gotz Toddler Ollie. Bea says that she is missing you and sends her love.
I think that this attractively customised by Shelly and Alison girl was adopted by Mary Hokke. We all send our love to her if she is still with you.
No, I hadn’t forgotten to do this post today but just as I was putting the finishing touches I lost most of it so this is, I’m afraid a rather shortened version
My apologies for some rather ‘dusty’ faces but they only get dusted once a month so guessing that the photos were taken somewhere in-between.
Many thanks to Shelly and Sashadolluk for many of the photos used here.
I do hope that some of my ex-dolls can be tracked to their new adopted owners and I send my love and apologies for moving you on and hope that you are happy and behaving yourselves.
Will continue with this theme as and when I’m able to.
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