“Augusta Blue” is a 13” Victorian faceless lady doll who is wearing an 1850 Ball Gown.
Augusta Lilac, Augusta Black, and Augusta Blue had been friends since they were babies and were so excited they could barely control themselves. You see, this was their year. Finally, they were debutantes and about to attend their debutante ball. They'd been dreaming of this for years and talking about the dress they wanted to wear.
The three best friends were very much alike in their taste in clothing and usually bought the same clothes - albeit in different colors. All three wanted a beautiful dress with long train. Well, maybe not so long that they couldn't dance, but long enough. They wanted lace and decorations and floral accents in their hair. And, most of all, as best friends they wanted their dresses to be alike, but not so alike that everyone would be able to guess. That was their private secret. But, different enough to reflect their own personalities.
Augusta Blue was very status conscious and wanted to make a good impression with her entrance into high society so she chose a regal and elegant blue dress that would not only show off her fine features, but convey an air of elegance. After all, this was her chance to show everyone what a fine lady and elegant wife she would be.
"Augusta Blue" is a 13" free-standing Victorian doll who wants to be the belle of the ball. She is wearing her finest 1850 Ball Gown. She has very fancy blue satin and lace trimmed dress with long puffed, gathered & ruffled sleeves and lace trim collar with silk gold button accent. She has a fancy satin and lace trimmed lined train. She has a gold sash wrapped around her waist and tied in a bow in the center back of her dress. Her satin shawl is lined and lace accented. Her slip is lace trimmed. Her long curly brown hair is fastened on the top of her head in a bun and accented with silk floral. Her arms are wire-shaped and covered and she has pearl accents. She also has a painted wood head and covered round wood base. Her inner body is made from a dowel covered with fabric and eyelet lace.
Designer - Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals