Madame Alexander Queen Victoria 66605 Description
Queen Victoria, having sat on the throne for 63 years, is the longest reigning monarch in British history. She set the tone for many aspects of British life, but none more so than fashion. She is a 10 inch vinyl, fully articulated Cissette with blue eyes and center-parted brunette hair pulled back to a low bun at the nape. Presented this year as a magnificent bride, she is dressed in a sumptuous gown of white satin with a full skirt, fitted bodice and full flounced sleeves. White lace accentuates the neckline, the hem and the edge of the sleeves. Her veil is an appealing combination of lace and netting while the elegant, white satin train of the gown is embellished with an embroidered white and green rococo trim at the hem. Her jewelry, fit for a queen, includes an elaborate Collar of the Order of the Garter necklace, along with a white rhinestone necklace and gold pendant earrings with white rhinestones. Beneath the gown she wears a white taffeta petticoat and white pantaloons, both trimmed with lace, along with thigh-high white stockings and white pumps. A crown of orange blossoms sitting upon her regal head completes the bridal portrait of Queen Victoria. A 2013 Spring edition from Madame Alexander's History Of Fashion Collection. Suitable for ages 14 and up.