Category: Madame Alexander Dolls
Madame Alexander Doll Co.
"Dolls are made to be played with and loved" – Madame Alexander.
Our dolls are made to last, with quality and attention to detail, drawing upon the decades of doll-making heritage and expertise the Madame Alexander Doll Company possesses. They are made to inspire imagination, creativity and love. They are for doll lovers of all ages, from birth to adulthood. After nearly 100 years in business, the Madame Alexander Doll Company is devoted to carrying on Madame's mission of creating beautiful, quality dolls that deliver invaluable play experiences for children and inspire passion in collectors.
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For 99 years, Madame Alexander Doll Company has made beautiful dolls for children, families, and collectors. Madame always said, “Love is in the details,” and we could not agree more. Every doll we make is crafted for generations of play.Read More
The Madame Alexander legacy defines the pursuit of the American Dream, along with the traits that delineate a successful and creative soul. Madame Beatrice Alexander was a successful self-made businesswoman. Born Bertha Alexander in New York, the enterprising young woman borrowed the name Beatrice from Shakespeare’s plays for its more sophisticated and stylish sound. When an advertising executive noted that she looked French, she gleefully added the “Madame” as a nod to fashionable European aristocrats.Read More
Q: I bought this adorable set of matching Madame Alexander 8-inch hard-plastic dolls mint in box at an auction recently. I thought they were older dolls at the time, because they had the bent-knee feature, which I hadn’t seen on the 8-inch dolls in decades. I paid $150 for them and was surprised when I got home to notice the year on the tag was 1999! Did I make a bad mistake?Read More
Once upon a time — in 1955, to be exact — Madame Alexander issued a 21-inch debutante doll with a full figure, arched high-heel feet, and a wardrobe the likes of which had never been seen before. Her name was Cissy, and she would forever change the way children and the doll industry looked at dolls. Previously most dolls were made in the likeness of a child, such as Betsy McCall, Ginny, and many others.Read More
Since Madame Beatrice Alexander founded the Alexander Doll Company in 1923, the Madame Alexander name has been a force to be reckoned with in the world of dolls for children and collectors alike. Today, the company continues to follow in Madame Alexander’s footsteps in creating quality dolls, and makes that dedication clear in their 2021 catalogue:Read More
Q: I found this beautiful Madame Alexander Bride doll at a doll show some time ago. I just got her out and realized that she is from “The Sound of Music” and was an astonishing $124. I was unaware of this doll and wondered what you could tell me about her.Read More
MGM’s “Little Women,” 1949, was the second big-screen adaptation. To me, it was the most...Read More
Founded by Beatrice “Madame” Alexander in 1923, in New York City, Madame was inspired to make dolls that were meant to last a lifetime. She had a vision to create quality dolls that form meaningful, enduring and inspiring relationships.Read More