Dolly Python is not purposely weird, she’s not trying to be the odd girl. Dolly does her thing springing out if her tastes and wants. Dolly has no choice. Dolly’s hands are tied. Below you’ll see just a few of her favorite things. We’d love it if you’d stop by and view the rest.
The Big Head series by Remco produced in the early 1960s included characters from popular culture of the time. Those cast in this caricature like, large head state included all members of The Beatles, politicians Lyndon Johnson and Barry Goldwater, as well as one of my personal faves: Herman Munster. Herman measures just over 6 inches and is in fantastic condition considering his age. $175.
After years of collecting broken Dolly “want me nots” I realized that I had the perfect assembly for a nativity scene. All of the characters are present; three kings bearing gold, frankincense, and myrrh. The royal family; an exhausted Mary resting, a young Joseph looking over his new family, and sweet baby Jesus, swaddled in a bed of hay. The angel is my favorite with her wings made of Victorian brass findings. The manger is assembled from hand selected twig findings. A modest price of $150 after weeks of work.
Hector, as he is called, is a short stout lad with a jar filled with yellowing bones for a body. Anonymous art by someone we do not know. Crafted and left in a basket at our door. No note to explain.