Petit Blythe Doll
The Pros:Smaller and cheaper than the 12 inch neo-Blythes.
In 1972 a bizarre big headed character was introduced into the doll market. Blythe was an instant....flop. She was discontinued and forgotten about for 30 years - except by the occasional doll collector, one of whom was a photographer called Gina Garan, who produced a fun series of photos of a Blythe doll in different locations, and kicked off a whole new craze.
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Japanese company Takara gained the right to relaunch her, and she has established a cult status for doll collectors who love to 'mod' (modify) their Blythes and take photos in the style of Gina Garan.
Shortly after re-introducing Blthe, Takara launched the half-size model Petit Blythe.
Smaller and cheaper than the full-size doll, Petit Blythe is a less costly way to get into collecting, sized to fit in a bag or put on your school desk.
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Smaller and cheaper than the 12 inch neo-Blythes.
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