Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Franklin Mint House Of Erte Figurines

Franklin Mint House Of Erte  Figurines
Style is Art Deco
Created  by Sevenarts Ltd
who specialized in hand painted porcelian figurines
The collection started in the 1980's finished 1991
 
The ERTE PANTHER 1997 is the only dressed doll
to the series she is the only one with pink c.o.a puting
her in the doll classifaction
made by Sevenarts Ltd

                        I found 8  figurines to the collection
            The model numbers  for each peice are not the same
Pearls And Emeralds.
This piece is limited edition number P9188
measures 10 1/2" and is decorated with 24k gold and faux pearls and emeralds.

 


 


Pearls  And Rubies
This piece is limited edition number A2865
 measures 10 1/2" and is decorated with 24k gold, genuine red Ruby and faux pearls
 
 
 



 
 
Untamed Beauty
 This piece is limited edition number A2472
measures 10" and is decorated with 14k gold and genuine Rubies.
 


 
Untamed Glamour
This piece is limited edition number 3389, has COA,
 measures 10 1/2" and is decorated with 24k gold and genuine sapphire.
 



 
Iris
This piece is limited edition number A2071
measures 11" and is decorated with 24k gold and genuine onyx and faux pearls.
 



 

Ocelot
This piece is limited edition number B4403,
 has COA, measures 9 5/8" and is decorated with 24k gold,
 sterling silver, and semi-precious red garnet.
 


 


leopard  M1671,
This piece is limited edition number M1671,
has COA, measures 9 3/4" and is decorated with 24k gold and 18 Swarovski crystals.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Moon Light  Mystique Figurine
 This piece is limited edition number A1610,
measures 11" and is decorated with 24k gold and cobalt Lapis stones.
 


 
 
Symphony in Black 1991
This piece is limited edition number B2941, has COA,
measures 11" x 9 1/2" and is decorated with platinum,
Swarovski crystal and sterling silver chain.
 



 
ADEVERTISED IN DOLL READER AS A DOLL



DOLL READER  JUNE1991
 
The ERTE PANTHER 1997
 








FRANKLIN CATLOGUE CHRISTMAS 1997
 

Franklin mint dolls by Gloria Vanderbilt

                Mademoiselle Veronique 1996

She is a original creation limited to only  131 dolls total
making this doll very rear
She is a replica of the original

The French Dressmaker's Fashion Doll Circa 1789.
She is of extraordinary museum quality a reprduction porcelian
of a prize winning 18 century doll makers doll
She is crafted in fine bisque porcelain with beautifully hand painted
delicate features green eyes with long red real mohair hair
She wares a lavender moire silk blend which has a watery affect
with a tailored bodice adorned with pearls and  lace
her 3/4 lenght skirt  gathers to give a balloon effect and is trimmed
with a pleated frill she wears a pleated  off white dupioni silk under skirt
overlayed with white embroidered bridel tulle
her sleeves are straight with gathered silk frills over
off white tulle frills
She wears a bonette made of linned silk decorated with
blue organza ribbon and off white tulle
She holds a highly decorated mirror with the rear of
white and gold taperstry edged with white embroidered braid
decorated with pearls and blue ribbon
She Stands 16" Tall
She Stands on a wooden base engraved
with the dated of the original doll 1789
She has porcelain shoes with ribbons 
 




    



Christmas catalogue 1996
 
 
Caroline at the Ball

A magnificent porcelain doll created by Gloria Vanderbilt
bringing to life a beautiful young Victorian lady
about to attend her first formal ball

with the same face sculpt as her sister Veronique
she is crafted in fine bisque porcelain with hand paint
fine delicate features she has green eyes and auburn hair
she wears a stunning gown of ice blue jacquard satin
Her gown has a high off the shoulder neckline of pleated off white chiffon
trimmed with embroidered lace with short gathered puff sleeves
over off white chiffon long split sleeves beautifully edged with embroidered lace
her gown has side panels of ice blue jacquard satin with the front adorned
with  balloon scalloped off white chiffon and decorated with
iridescent white floral bouquets appliques and strands of pearls
her gown has a long train gathered and draped in white chiffon 
decorated with off white pearl centred satin rosettes and
iridescent white floral appliques trimmed with lace
her train is finished at the waist with a giant ice blue bow
she wears a large white tulle bow in her hair highly
decorated with floral appliques and streams of pearls
she is finished with pearl braiding in her hair pearl clustered earrings
painted shoes in off white with blue painted bows
she carries a dance card trimmed with gold and tied with
off white  ribbon
She Stands 19" tall
Franklin Catalogue Christmas 1996
   
 

 




 
 
 
 

 

 

MARIE ANTOINETTE 1996
Designed by The House of Versailles
you will find this doll under women of history
but I believe she was designed by the same artist
she stands 17" Tall
her face sculpt is identical to her sisters
 and her hands are placed in the same position
she appears in the same Christmas catalogue
on the following page