Gregg Ortiz Dolls

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Betty Boob

LE 50 World Wide

21.5” Ball jointed  doll  (over 12 joints of articulation, jointed torso). Dressed

in a lavished deep red micro sequins evening gown, rhinestone jewelry accessories and white faux fur shawl with satin inset.  Betty has hosiery, velvet belt with a rhinestone heart, micro sequins high heels and tagged.  She arrives with a metal rod with a frosted doll stand stradle and a collector's cloisonnes pin.

Available for pre order.  Scheduled for release late May of this year.

Olive Oyl

LE 50 World Wide

24” Ball jointed  doll  over 10 joints of articulation, jointed torso, full body sculptured Ball Jointed doll. Olive Oyl  Arrives with a cloisonné’ pin and medallion that is placed on her Museum quality lucite base.  Also, arrives with Collector Sample Box. COA, Tissue and Hang Tag. Dressed in couture velvets and satins fabrics.  Zippered boots, peppermint stockings. Pantaloons, Lined Skirt, Clothing labels with both co. brands..




Orange Bear

One of a kind

Red, Fraggle Rock

LE 50 World Wide

 First in a Series to celebrate Jim Henson's 30th Anniversary of Fraggle Rock!


24" ball jointed doll is completely handcrafted by hand, pressed felt over resin and has nine joints of articulation. Her flowing pom-pom hair is made of authentic and hand dyed ostrich feathers with hand placed yellow and fuchsia highlights. Her whimsical pigtails are wrapped in sumptuous satin bows layered with velvet.

Her iconic red designer sweater is of an exquisite chenille with fringe in a striped pattern and is accented with red velvet piping trim-work throughout the garment. Additional embellishments include hand dyed faux fur, a wired tail and torso and an anniversary metal decorative tag on a Lucite base.


Red comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, Numbered Box and Hang Tag.



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