Specializing in supplying all makes of collectible dolls from Doll Artists around the World. We can also make custom dolls specially for you.

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Alisa Filippova

Alisa Filippova - is an extremely gifted Russian artist. She was born in Moscow and graduated from the Moscow Fine Art College. She works professionally now creating one of a kind dolls in "living doll" polymer clay. Her dolls are in exhibitions and shows throughout the world.

We are now working with Alisa doing custom orders! Each piece is a true one of a kind as they are hand sculpted; however, you can look up photos of work she has done prior/before (or request photos from us) to make sure of your choice and we will work with Alisa to have her create a similar doll (never exact but similar) for you! We have been trying to get her extremely difficult work for years now and we are pleased that we are also getting some periodic new work.  

Please note that a 50% deposit is required to order her dolls and any enquires should be sent to 



Marina Minina

artist dolls made of porcelain, Russia. Member of the Union of artists. I've been creating dolls since 2014. I take part in international doll exhibitions. I have exhibitions in museums in Russia. Until 2014, I had my own beauty salon, nail design school. In 2010, she became the European (Moscow) and world (Paris) champion in nail design (OMC).

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My name is Anastasia Belousova, I am 34 years old, I am an artist from Russia.
Do you believe in fairy tales? Since childhood, I have dreamed and fantasized a lot. And then I grew up… I got a red diploma from a technical University, got a job in an office, got married, and had a wonderful daughter.
...It happened one day. I was searching the Internet for a gift for my daughter - a doll, and accidentally came across a store that sold surprisingly beautiful author's dolls. I was in an indescribable delight! I've never seen anything so beautiful before. Since that day, my life has changed forever! I got the idea to understand the magic of creating an author's doll and began to learn this difficult craft... For me, an art doll is an artist's message to his audience. The doll tells a story, but each viewer will see something different in it. An artistic doll excites the imagination, evokes emotions and different feelings, from joy to sadness, from emotion to fear. And this is so beautiful, because everyone can find among the great variety of works those that will find a response in their soul. "

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Bio Margarita Dadykina was born in Ukrainian USSR and since she was 5 she studied piano in a specialized musical school, but she always wanted to go the other way and draw people, that was her hobby since she was 2. After many events in her life she graduated from University in Moscow with a BA in linguistics and teaching and started working as interpreter and translator. She thought art was out of her life and out of question but suddenly she found a short guidance on internet how to make a doll of polymer clay and there her new life started. She found herself. Now she is less then 5 years with dolls but won many Artist dolls' competition worldwide including Hannie Sarris Award (1place 2019) and became a laureate of "History of fashion. Parfume". Now her dolls are in the collections of many doll collectors all around the world: UK, USA, China, Spain, Germany and others, she participates in exhibitions and takes part in Artists' projects. She is a member of Russian Artists' Union (Doll Artists' section) Her dolls are recognized through their deep and philosophic concept and inspired by literature, theater and history.

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