The Philippine Centennial Barbie (First Edition)

In view of the recently celebrated Philippine Independence, June 12, I am posting these dolls which are proudly made in the Philippines.


First Edition wears a blouse and panuelo in white organza, striped red and white “tapis” (like an apron), black and white plaid skirt
This doll comes with a Philippine Centennial Pin made of pressed capiz shell
At our Plaza Rizal, behind her is the oldest house in Pasig built in 1855, the Bahay na Tisa (House of Stone)
The gown is designed by a Philippine costume designer Nicky Martinez



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A Filipina who loves collecting dolls. Crazy enough to think dolls have a life of its own.

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