UPDATE TO THE UPDATE: Alison has gone bye bye. Thanks to the buyer. We are one step closer to that radiator repair!
Today's doll is Magic Attic Alison.
Magic Attic dolls were produced between 1994 and 2004. The original company was Georgetown, but the dolls were sold to a couple of other companies, including Knickerbocker, and a company owned by Marie Osmond and her husband.
The dolls were sculpted by Robert Tonner.
The vinyl these dolls are made out of is very smooth and feels so nice.
Her hair is wigged, although at one point the Magic Attic dolls were briefly made with rooted hair.
Unlike American Girl dolls, Magic Attic dolls are all vinyl dolls. They are strung,so there is some flexibility in their posing possibilities, but they can only move at the neck, shoulders, and hips.
As you may have guessed, this Alison is wearing replacement clothes. They look cute on her though.
I got kind of excited when I found Alison at our local Salvation Army, but she isn't really my type. I might have been much more inclined to warm toward a Magic Attic doll had I found the red haired Megan, instead. She'll be finding her way onto Ebay soon.
That's all for today's doll.