Cohen’s Fashion Optical’s ‘Victorian Era’ Fashion Dolls Are Not From China
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Cohen Fashion Optical has released a statement that the Victorian Era fashion dolls from its Victorian era collection are not from China.
The doll collection is based on real Victorian era dolls, including the doll of a young girl named Julia, the doll with her hands tied behind her back, the Victorian doll named Julia Dies, and the doll named Daisy.
The statement also stated that all the dolls are made of 100% authentic Chinese made cotton.
“The dolls are handmade by hand in Australia and are hand painted by our Australian factory,” the statement reads.
Cohen’s statement also includes the fact that the dolls’ names, likenesses, and styles are based on the dolls that Cohen was able to obtain through his research.
The statement also states that all of the dolls were sourced from the Cohen family’s own personal collection.
A representative from Cohen has not yet responded to requests for comment.
Cohen has said that he will be bringing the dolls to China and is planning to auction the collection in September.
Cohen Fashion Optical has released a statement that the Victorian Era fashion dolls from its Victorian era collection are not…
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