• Mademoiselle


    Mademoiselle Doll Marie Osmond 

    The second doll vignette in Marie Osmond’s “Artful Reflections” collection, “Mademoiselle”, (meaning my young lady) is a beautiful young lady, indeed.  Dressed in an iridescent pink gown with romantic detailing, “Mademoiselle” comes with a Pierre-Auguste Renoir print, entitled “Vase of flowers”.  Frenchman, Renoir, once said, “Why shouldn’t art be pretty? There are enough unpleasant things in the world.” Marie wholeheartedly agrees, and therefore, is pleased to present “Mademoiselle”.

    “Mademoiselle” is truly a collectible doll with original head, arms and legs by sculptor, Kathy Smith-Fitzpatrick.  She has been hand-crafted with the special attention to detail that is the hallmark of all Marie Osmond dolls.

    “Mademoiselle” is hallmarked on the back of her neck with Marie’s signature and is hand numbered.

    Mademoiselle was changed to the "Some Where in Time" series. Her gown was changed to golden/copperish and no painting comes with her.