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THE COULTER DOLL MUSEUM

NOTE: The Coulter doll collections are NOT OPEN to the public.

EDWARDIAN DOLLS

These dolls capture the looks associated with the Edwardian period (Edward was King) of the very early years of the 1900s. Royalty and upper class citizens changed clothing several times each day, depending upon what they were going to be doing and who might see them.

The Edwardian look for women featured dresses with protruding backs, usually with full, flowing skirts. Often these also included a train flowing behind. Well padded busts became the order of the day. Many dresses had scooped necklines and short sleeves. Bright colors, red, orange, pink, blue, and vivid pastels, replaced the more conservative colors previously favored. Of course, ankles still had to be completely covered!

JUANITA COULTER, of Murray County, created the dolls displayed here. She ordered the instructions from Annie's Attic, Big Sandy, Texas. She used basic Barbie dolls to wear her creations. The collection remains private, not open to the public.



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