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Ashton Drake Gene "Covent Garden" was released in 1998, designed by Tim Kennedy, and was a Parkwest exclusive. Includes CoA.
Ashton Drake Gene "Destiny" was released in 1998 and retired the same year, was the first annual Gene doll for Ashton Drake, was designed by Mark Esposito, and portrayed Gene Marshall in a movie that was never released of the same name. Includes CoA.
Ashton Drake Gene Violet Waters "Special Appearance" was released in 2001, designed by Jose D'Saenz, and shows Violet performing at a jazz club. Includes CoA.
Up for consideration is a stylish dress pattern called "1950's Swing" for 15.5" Gene Marshall dolls. The pattern features a sleeveless dress with full circle swing skirt and a short collared jacket with half sleeves. The dress is lined through the bodice with a snap back closure. The jacket is lined with a snap front closure. Designs by Jude offers doll clothing patterns for 7-22" Fashion dolls and some BJD dolls. To find a pattern, search our name or the name of the doll you are sewing for.
Ashton Drake Gene "Daughter of the Nile" was released in 1998 and retired in 2000, designed by Timothy Alberts, and portrayed Gene in a film of the same name. Includes CoA.
Ashton Drake Gene Madra "Black Widow" was released in 2000, designed by Joan Greene and Lynne Day, shows Madra Lord in the film "The Lady or the Spider?", and was limited to 2,500 pieces. Includes CoA.
The Gene doll sweeps fashion doll collectors into the glamorous movie star life of the Gene Marshall Fashion doll. The Gene doll, by award-winning artist Mel Odom, wears the show-stopping fashions of Hollywood's Golden Age, like the 2004 Annual Edition "Tellstar," nominated for a Doll of Excellence Award. Her friends Trent and Violet, and her rival Madra, join the Gene doll phenomenon. And don't miss the Gene Marshall Doll costumes! Welcome to the official corporate site for the Gene Marshall Fashion doll!
The Gene Marshall Collection's fame has spread far and wide. Fans have clamored for Gene and her friends and she has helped change the face of the collectible doll industry in more ways than one.
The Gene Marshall Collection is a series of vinyl fashion dolls, inspired by all the legendary stars of the '30s, '40s and '50s. The Collection is designed by award-winning New York artist Mel Odom. In both quality and detail, The Gene Collection rivals the finest vintage fashion dolls, from the porcelain-like finish of her skin to the authentic period couture of her wardrobe, coiffures and accessories. Intricate details, such as working garter belts, lavish handbeading, fully lined dresses, and even the racy seam on the back of the sheer stockings, all add to its appeal. The The Gene Marshall Collection is produced by the The Ashton-Drake Galleries, one of the largest and most respected marketers of high quality collectible dolls worldwide.
The Ashton-Drake Galleries collectible dolls. Unique premiere-quality porcelain dolls, including lifelike baby dolls, radiant brides, highly collectible ornaments, endearing Precious Moments, and magical times with Disney friends
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