This is a very unique and extremely hard to find collection from the 1994 Madame Alexander Doll Club Convention. The owner of this doll was a table hostess and a frequent attendee of these events. This doll hasn't been out of the box since the convention. It has been stored in a pet-free and smoke-free home.
She is in excellent condition. Her eyes work perfectly fine on their own. The following paragraphs describe each of the photos. First is the doll herself. Shown with her wrist tag, clothing, and jewelry intact.
She is shown with a little clay pot decorated in the Navajo style. She also has a guitar. The second photo shows the entire collection of items. The third photo is the 10+ collection for this year. This was only given to people who had attended MADC conventions for 10 years or more.
It comes in a plastic box labeled 10+ Luncheon. Included is a drum with a decorative stick, cactus pin marked Arizona, small bag marked 10+ with wood chips, and a clay coyote figurine inscribed with MADCC'94 on the bottom. Fourth photo is the Madame Alexander Banquet collection.There is a doll stand in the eighth photo that should have gone in this picture (will describe the stand in that photo). White box with blue ribbon handle labeled Doll Stand Workshop MADCC 94 Treasures and Superstitions.
A horse that stands about 7" to his back (8" to his ears). As seen in the 11th photo, he is marked on his belly with MADCC 1994. The horse was a part of the table centerpiece that the hostesses got to take home. A horse pin is included. Little booklet that describes treasures and superstitions.4 small pieces of crystal stones of some sort. Doll sized basket with blue fabric. Small card with a miner figurine (maybe pewter) and a piece of fool's gold... The card says MADCC banquet.
Doll sized set of leather sandals. Fifth photo is the Doll Club Convention book in excellent condition. It contains details of the convention, some history of Madame Alexander, room to glue some convention souvenirs (which was never done), some blank pages to glue photos to (again, never done), and some paper dolls that could be cut out (including a paper horse).
The book is 100% intact and in excellent condition. There is a paper doll of the Navajo Woman (which was not part of the book). There is also a photo of the Navajo Woman doll.
There is also some sort of little treasure map. Sixth photo is the official Madame Alexander accessory kit. Included is the box, a blanket, a sheep, and a certificate of authenticity.The accessory kit is numbered 85/835 and it matches the doll. The box is in very very good condition with only minor scuff marks. Seventh photo is from the All in a Row Legends of the Phoenix breakfast. You were only allowed to attend this breakfast if you had attended two or more convention years in a row. There is a Phoenix brochure which is a list of convention members and years they had attended along with a story about the Navajo Indian cradle. There is a Phoenix pin. The baby in the Indian cradle was the gift for this breakfast. The 12th photo shows the label on the back of the cradle. There is a small card with a stone arrowhead.
The card is marked MADCC 94 Breakfast. There are also three small stones turquoise?, a tiny turtle, and a tiny frog. The eighth photo contains the stand. This was part of the doll stand workshop. It was from ACT designs. There is a small engraved plate on the stand that says Treasures and Superstitions. The cactus on the stand is marked 94. Also shown is the guitar and pot from the first photo. The Navajo Woman pin is shown here attached to the business card of the company that made the pin (Forest View Enterprises). Lastly, we have a Kachina which is a supernatural being that helps native Americans in their every day lives. This was the table centerpiece that hostesses got to keep. The 12th photo shows his bottom and what he's marked with. The ninth photo shows a bag that was given away during the convention. It is labeled Dolly Bears Annual Doll Artist Show.
There is also an item from another workshop. It is a kit to assemble beaded moccasins for your doll. This kit has never been assembled, so all the parts and instructions appear to be there.The tenth photo shows Navajo Woman with her box, certificate of authenticity, and a story about her. The box is in very very good condition with a few rubs from being stored, but no tears. The box is marked #85, and the CoA shows 85/835. The eleventh photo shows the markings on the horse's belly. The final photo shows the markings on the bottom of the Kachina, and the tag on the baby cradle.
The item "8 Madame Alexander Navajo Woman 1994 Convention VERY RARE with many accessories" is in sale since Sunday, June 11, 2017. This item is in the category "Dolls & Bears\Dolls\By Brand, Company, Character\Madame Alexander\Modern (1970-Now)\6-8 Inches".
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