How to Collect Antique Dolls : Antique Dolls: Eye Condition

Add us to your RSS reader and bookmark us to stay updated with the latest antique doll Details of the above video:An expert teaches you about the importance of condition in antique doll eyes in this free video about collectible dolls.Expert: Jan Braunstein Bio: Jan Braunstein owns and operates the Antique Avenue antiques store in Pomona, Calif. Her mother also owned an antiques store. She is a certified antique appraiser. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan Check back tomorrow for more antique doll and vintage doll collecting tips and dolls for sale.

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2 Responses to “How to Collect Antique Dolls : Antique Dolls: Eye Condition”

  1. Wavatar cltdocmd Says:

    The 1st doll, would most likely have acrylic eyes. Glass would be too expensive to put in an inexpensive doll. The 3rd doll’s eyes are glassine, a common type of eye for compo dolls of the 30′s and 40′s. They tend to crack over time, especially in poor storage conditions. The iris’can be replaced. The 2nd doll has plastic eyes which are the type that become cloudy and get a waxy film over them when stored improperly. This is easily fixed by using the heat from a hair dryer.

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  2. Wavatar Suesuetube Says:

    Truly a video that would help no one. Is this supposed to be an expert? Waste of time to watch.

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