Stuffe & Nonsense Hand-made Stuffed Animals Dolls and Anthropomorphic Figures

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Librarian Lynx Plush Doll

Sorry, but Stuffe & Nonsense are no longer able to take any orders. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Librarian Lynx Plush Doll

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See all of our Our Handmade Plush Dolls at the index page.

 
Stuffe & Nonsense are no longer operating and cannot accept orders. Pages for the plush figures we made are still online for reference. If you bought from us in the past, Thank You! We hope you have enjoyed the soft sculpture art.

Annabelle is a rather stern Edwardian librarian lynx. She is an 18 inch tall jointed doll of synthetic plush. She's somewhat matronly-looking, but ever since The Music Man everybody knows that librarians are beautiful non-conformists if they just take off their glasses and let their hair down. And she's not plump, she's fluffy. Available special order only.

The original Edwardian librarian lynx now graces the Thompson Public Library in Thompson, Connecticut. Both these Annabelles are quite charming. It is very tricky, however, to make a low-cut dress for a lynx.

Stuffe & Nonsense Stuffemal plush dolls and animal character figures are original soft sculpture designs, individually hand crafted in California by the Stuffe Staff. Due to medical issues and other priorities we no longer make plush toys and have left the web images live just for reference. If you already have one of our creations, we hope you treasure it. Sorry, but we do not know of anyone doing similar work.

Construction and material details vary depending on our design goals for the character involved and the materials on hand. The plush figures are constructed of mohair, wool, alpaca or high-quality synthetic faux fur. Clothing and costume are also hand-made by Stuffe & Nonsense; jewelry and props are from diverse sources. Stuffe & Nonsense Stuffemals often use glass eyes or small parts and are not suitable for young children.