Cute As A Button Limited Edition Doll by Marie Osmond

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Cute As A Button Limited Edition Doll by Marie Osmond
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A Note from Marie

"This classic-looking doll is certain to be cherished for generations to come. She's a tribute to all of us, my sister-in-law Michelle included, who collect antique buttons for their unique qualities. Every woman deserves at least one truly feminine corner in her home, and that's where this beautiful baby belongs."

— Marie Osmond

Marie loves antique buttons. So, meet Cute As A Button, a doll inspired by--you guessed it--buttons! The brown-haired, brown-eyed cutie is wearing a deep purple, crinkled sheer organza dress that's decorated with multicolored buttons and lace accents. Her deep purple shoes match the dress perfectly, as does the ribbon in her hair. From Marie Osmond.

  • Porcelain head, hands, and feet; soft body
  • Sculpted by Karen Scott
  • Limited Edition of 500
  • Handnumbered; Manufacturer's Certificate of Authenticity; hallmarked with Marie Osmond's facsimile signature on the back of the neck
  • Ages 14 and up; for collectible use, not a toy
  • Seated, measures 12"H
  • Made in China

About Marie Osmond
Marie Osmond

About Marie Osmond

As a child and teenager, Marie Osmond endeared herself to an entire generation. That bond with her audience not only continued, but grew stronger through the years as Marie's career blossomed into hit records, network television shows, Broadway musicals, movies of the week, worldwide concert tours, a New York Times best-selling book, television commercials, and lecture tours.

With over 40 years of successes in the entertainment industry, Marie's legions of fans now span generations.

In addition to being an international celebrity, Marie is also a savvy businesswoman. In 1991, she launched the Marie Osmond Fine Porcelain Collector Dolls line on QVC and at Disney theme parks. It has become QVC's top-selling doll line, was nominated for Trendsetter of the Year in the collectibles industry, and has moved into the retail and direct response markets. Marie began sculpting a number of her own dolls in 1993, and has received several Dolls of Excellence and Doll of the Year award nominations. She recently was honored with QVC's highest recognition, the coveted QStar Award, as well as being the first recipient of the collectible industry's highest honor, the Crystal Award.

Recently, Marie has expanded her business activities to include a wide range of products for the home sewing and crafting market. With national exposure on QVC's Crafting with Marie programs, she continues to inspire consumers nationwide.

Besides motherhood, perhaps her proudest achievement has been her role as a co-founder/co-host with John Schneider of Children's Miracle Network, a project of The Osmond Foundation. The largest annual broadcast in fundraising history, it has raised in excess of 3.4 billion dollars since 1983 for children's hospitals throughout the U.S. and Canada. 100% of proceeds have stayed in the local area and gone towards medical treatment, research, and assistance.

Marie is the proud mother of eight beautiful children and considers them her greatest achievement.

Storage and Doll Care

Storage and Doll Care

  • When you purchase a doll, be certain to save all packaging, certificates, and inserts. This adds to the value to the doll if you ever want to sell it on the secondary market. Dolls (excluding antiques) without their original package have a lower resale value.
  • For long-term storage of dolls, place a layer of acid-free tissue between the doll and the fabric to help keep colors and dyes from bleeding. Make sure you check your stored dolls on a regular basis to ensure there aren't any issues with insects, dampness, and crushing.
  • Regular cleaning of porcelain and vinyl can be done with a soft cloth and distilled water — do not use soap, bleach, or chlorine products.
  • If you have a cloth doll, you can vacuum it through a layer of netting, but never vacuum silk.
  • Not everyone chooses to put their dolls in glass cases (which limits dust), since decorating with dolls is so much fun. The best way to keep them clean and fresh is to dust them on a regular basis, just as you dust your home. Using a large, soft brush works well on porcelain, vinyl, and even hair.
  • One of the biggest causes of damage to dolls is sunlight and smoke. Be sure to keep your dolls out of direct sunlight or long exposure to fluorescent light. Even if there aren't any smokers in your home, consider the effect of smoke from a fireplace.

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C28286 - Cute As A Button L.E. Doll by Marie Osmond 4.5 5 2 2
a beautiful doll I am surprise this doll hasn't sold out. She has beautiful hair which I love to play with and such bouncy curls. She has sculpted arms and hands which flows beautifully, it bends and curves at the elbows and hands. The dress is like looking through Fenton glass. She is well proportioned and the porcelain goes well above her knees which is a big deal for me. She has a breast plate and her head moves nicely with porcelain going well above her elbows. I never get tired of looking at her. 08-30-11
Cute but much Smaller than you would think. It's cute, but so much smaller than it appears on TV. Face is tiny and it is not a very weighty doll. Like so many of the marie dolls I see lately, they are much different when you get them. 08-14-11
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