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Gene Marshall Breathless FAO Schwarz as a OOAK Doll Repainted by Nancy Lee Moran
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Gene Marshall Breathless FAO Schwarz as a OOAK Doll Repainted by Nancy Lee Moran

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Gene Marshall Breathless
Exclusive to FAO Schwarz
Year 1999
2012 Doll Painting
By Nancy Lee Moran
Brand New Doll
Vinyl doll size 16 inches
Painted & applied eyelashes
Gold metallic paint on lashes and outer edge of eyeshadow
Nancy purchased the doll in a sealed (new) box.
Doll box and original shipper box

INTERNATIONAL BUYERS WELCOME.  Please email me at nancylee@nancyleemoran.com.  I will figure out two options for the shipping price.

Original clothing
I purchased this Gene to repaint because I found her hair and gown to be especially lovely.
Her gown is hand-embellished with golden beads and stars, also with pearls in a beautiful design with gold metallic embroidery (See close-up photos).
Gene wears a pearl necklace and earrings.
She has a beaded blue shawl, baby-blue high-heel shoes, and delicate hosiery.
Her slip is a double-flounced lace crinoline, baby blue.
A beautiful sculpt by Mel Odom, painted by a portrait artist who admires dolls, painted eyes = an artistic doll!
The photos are of the actual doll, taken in natural daylight near a window by Nancy Lee.
This vinyl doll has five joints (neck, shoulders, hips).
She has warm golden eyes that match her hair, which is softly waved, a synthetic fiber, and rooted.

Mel Odom created Gene for Ashton Drake (an affiliate of the Bradford Exchange) in 1995, designing the doll to appeal to fans of "Golden Age of Hollywood" glamor. The Gene Doll is now made by Integrity Toys. Later, Gene was produced by Integrity Toys, then was retired in 2010.

The dolls I use were factory painted. I would never repaint a doll that the artist had painted herself. I would not paint one in a limited edition of fewer than 200 (preferably 300 or more). I am NOT affiliated with any doll company, creator or manufacturer.

See more of Nancy Lee's dolls on her website, here:
http://nancyleemoran.com/UniqueDoll/CommissionsMay2011.php

Doll commissions are welcome. Please see this page of my website:
http://www.nancyleemoran.com//UniqueDoll/Commissions.html

Doll signed by Nancy Lee Moran