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Slavic-themed Dolls and Toys

Czechoslovakian Barbie® Doll (1991) – Czechoslovakian Barbie doll is dressed for a lavish festival, wearing a traditional Slovakian costume. This brightly colored ensemble features a full flowered skirt with lacy border, a blouse with frilly collar and big sleeves, red tights, and black “lace-up” boots. Her long braided blond hair is tied with a red ribbon, and her waist, too, is cinched with a red sash.

Russian Barbie® Doll 1st Edition (1989)

Russian Barbie doll is dressed for the cold Russian winter in this floor-length pink dress with faux fur accents. To help keep her warm, she also sports a black faux-fur hat and black boots. The hemline, neckline, and sleeves of her pink dress are trimmed with golden accents.

Russian Barbie® Doll 2nd Edition (1997)

Welcome Russian Barbie doll, in her authentic costume that could be worn during a traditional festival or wedding. She has a red tunic trimmed with golden braid and worn over a white blouse. Her skirt is also trimmed with a multicolored braid down the center and a golden braid around the hem. Her red and golden hairpiece crowns her blonde hair, which is worn in a long, thick braid. To fully authenticate the look, she wears red boots and golden earrings.

Russia Barbie® Doll (2009)

Gorgeous, glamorous, and oh-so-elegant, Russia Barbie doll captures her ethnic roots with a touch of va-va-voom! Long flowing blond locks, striking face paint, and a keen fashion sense set this doll apart. Fashionable ensemble features dark blue coat dress with golden trim, stylish black boots, and faux fur ushanka (traditional Russian hat) and faux fur muff.

Princess of Imperial Russia™ Barbie® Doll (2004)

The vast and mysterious land of Imperial Russia was ruled by the czar and czarina and their daughter, the princess, was known as the Grand Duchess. The ruling family of mother Russia lived in many magnificent palaces and enjoyed untold riches. This glorious historical period is beautifully recreated in the Princess of Imperial Russia™ Barbie® doll wearing a traditional Russian gown of the period and her grandmother’s crown.

Nicolai Ken® Doll (2011)

Never say “Nyet” to the romance of Imperial St. Petersburg! Baroque palaces, majestic moonlit nights, balalaika music. Just add a dashing man in uniform for a divine Russian reverie! Military chic inspires masculine fashion with a unique, Eastern European twist in Nicolai Ken® doll. Handsome, worldly, and the ideal accessory for Barbie® doll’s night on the town in St. Petersburg.

Polish Barbie® Doll (1998)

From a beautiful land of many forests and rivers comes Polish Barbie® Doll. She’s ready to dance a polka in her traditional folk costume. Although each region of the country has its own style, almost all feature a decorated vest like this one, with a striped skirt and lacy apron. Polish Barbie® Doll’s blonde hair is worn in two thick braids and is adorned with a crown of flowers and colorful ribbon.

Valeria Lukyanova of Ukraine – There is also a Slavic “Human Barbie Doll”

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