Reproduction Barbie™ Clothing and Accessories
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Peach Plush Status $105.00
There were two outfits on Barbie's earliest boxes which were never produced back in the 1960's, and Sylvia has chosen to reproduce the peach colored dress. Mattel did finally produce this ensemble as a special convention doll in 2009 titled Voyage in Vintage, but it is very expensive and hard to fi
Shimmering Magic Status $135.00
Sylvia's newest version of Barbie's Shimmering Magic is just stunning! She has found vintage lurex from the 1960's that is an EXACT match to the fabric Mattel used for their sexy silvery/white form-fitting dress. The red acetate satin Sylvia used for the coat is so luscious that Barbie looks just
Beadazzled in Red Status $150.00
Barbie's elusive pink beaded Japanese exclusive dress is recreated in vintage Christmas red acetate satin, a perfect blend to support the heavily hand-beaded bodice. This wonderful dress can be seen on page 50 of Barbie in Japan. Sylvia's version is a wee bit longer than the original beauty. Not
Tokyo Gold Status $105.00
Sylvia has sewn another fabulous furisode kimono for Barbie. She has followed the old way of sewing kimonos, with a lot of hand stitching. This kimono is made from a shimmering gold metallic brocade in a small weave and lined in orange silk chiffon that beautifully complements the obi, which is ma
Japanese Friday Night Date Status $45.00
Sylvia has discovered some fabric that closely resembles the fabric used to make the Japanese exclusive version of Barbie's Friday Night Date outfit. This version can be seen on page 25 of the new Japan Barbie reference book. You will receive the jumper only. The underdress and shoes are not incl
Japanese Kimono in Silver Cherry Blossom Pattern Status $225.00
Sylvia has a treat for those of you who love Japanese exclusives. Apparently, Mattel used some of the same fabrics that companies like Nishi used for their souvenir dolls that tourists took home with them. Sylvia has bought several of these dolls, taken them apart, and made an exact duplicate of the

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