Every little girl deserves a special doll, and Jess Brown dolls are very special, indeed. These beautiful dolls are all handmade by Jess herself. They are made of cotton muslin and linen, then stuffed with corn fiber stuffing. Each doll is then dyed in Persian organic teas to create different skin tones. The most amazing attention to detail is what makes these dolls so unique and Jess uses vintage and recycled fabrics, cashmere sweater remnants, delicate vintage ribbons, old lace and trim. She uses many LIberty print fabrics and treasures she finds at flea markets as well.
Jess has single-handedly brought back the lost art of rag doll making, and I am thrilled to have secured some of her dolls for the upcoming Remnants of The Past antique show I’ll be doing this October.
In addition, a new book has just been published called “Kiki and Coco in Paris”, which features Jess brown’s trademark doll Coco seeing the sights of Paris with little Kiki. The book is full of beautiful photographs of Paris, and will make a special gift for any little girl to go with her one-of-a-kind Jess Brown doll.
Here is a photo of Coco. Each Coco is different, but always made with a lace dress….
These dolls are wearing handmade linen dresses. I love their stockings!
Jess uses beautiful Liberty prints for many of her dolls…
Martha Stewart did a wonderful story about Jess and her dolls last year….
Kiki and Coco has the most gorgeous photos of Paris…..
I have limited edition jess brown dolls in the shop. get them now for Christmas!