Child of the Moon

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Child of the Moon

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Aahmas was a Child of the Moon. As the sun set, Aahmas rose. Ani believed her to be a Goddess and she embraced it. Her golden robe flowed atop her form fitting golden gown, almost giving the illusion that she floated when she walked. Her gold, turquoise and coral necklace matched her headpiece barring the asp, Uraeus, solid gold in color and representing a formidable goddess who oversaw both life and death. Aahmas looked toward the heavens, arms extended, eyes closed and with a slight smile on her lips, for she knew the moon shone brightly for her.


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Customer Reviews 8 item(s)

Sandals out of that Historical moment.
I love the egyptians dolls. But I can't understand why you use those high heel sandals, Egyptians never used these kind of shoes. I have Guevenieve from the middle ages and had the same problem. I don't think is so difficult they were more historical sandals. I'd be grateful if you'd thimk about it. Review by Rosa / (Posted on 1/29/2016)
Super sweet
Love this doll SO much! Got her for Christmas from my husband. I even repainted her that day, her sculpt is really fun to work with. Outfit is just divine. Review by Engelmech / (Posted on 12/31/2015)
Hair color
I suggested this "past life" some time ago and never thought it would be produced. Love the doll and theme. I just don't quite understand the red hair! Review by Dollguy / (Posted on 11/18/2015)
Beautiful but looks mightly pale for Egyptian!
She is a beautiful doll! I was wondering what her skin tone color is? She is a bit pale for an Egyptian doll. At the Tonner Factory Tour this summer, Robert said she would be a darker skin tone than the other De Ja Vu dolls. That would be nice, seeing how she is Egyptian. Review by Sondra / (Posted on 11/6/2015)
Beautiful but looks mightly pale for Egyptian!
She is beautiful as all of the De Ja Vu dolls are. I would like to know what her skin tone is? She looks too light for an Egyptian doll and I was told at the Luncheon this summer that she would have a darker skin tone than the other De Ja Vu dolls. I also don't understand the red hair. Is she Irish Egyptian? That's a joke. Review by Sani / (Posted on 11/6/2015)
Stunning! I can't wait for her to arrive! Review by Gabrielle / (Posted on 11/4/2015)
Looks nice..
Is this an attached wig doll or a rooted doll? Review by james / (Posted on 11/4/2015)
LOVE this doll - can't wait till she's available! Review by Dianne / (Posted on 11/4/2015)

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