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J.D.K. did not manufacture dolls when he strted his business in 1805. It was in 1820 tht he started making wooden dolls with paper mache heads. The first porcelain dolls were produced in the late 1850s. Kestner was known for his high quality dolls.
To find a doll quickly: Enter Byron mold number [must include dash (-) i.e. B-157], National Artcraft stock number, or doll name in "product search" at left; then hit "go". You can also browse and click on the doll photo of your choice for complete information on that doll.
Since 1997 Byron Molds have been manufactured in the Netherlands by the well known doll supply company "Poppengilde". Byron molds continue to be of the highest quality and are created from the same plaster Byron has always used. All authentic Byron molds have the Byron logo cast into them, and are manufactured under the strictest of quality control measures.
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|B-681 Kestner 237 Hilda, 56cm (Big Baby Hilda)|
|B-425 Kestner 237 Hilda, 51cm (Big Sister Hilda)|
|B-210 Kestner 237 Hilda, 42cm (Hilda)|
|B-415 Kestner 237 Hilda, 38cm (Little Hilda)|
|B-476 Kestner 237 Hilda (Tiny Hilda)|