Supia Doll (sometimes styled as Supiadollz) is a Korean-based maker of ball-joined dolls. Supia is an alias of Yujin, the artist who designs the company's dolls.
Yujin created her first doll in 2004. The first doll offered for sale by Supia was the Supia60, in a limited run of 20 dolls.
Until 2009, Supia dolls were offered for sale in the United States through Dollfair International. Supia now sells directly to US customers.
Originally, Yujin used French resin for most of her dolls. This was gradually replaced with a preference for polyurethane resin, and beginning in 2009, the company only offers dolls in polyurethane resin.
Current Product Line
Supia Doll currently offers male and female dolls in 1/3, 1/4 and tiny sizes.
Boy Dolls (65cm)
Girl Dolls (60cm)
Beginning with the release of Emma in 2010, Supia offers three body styles in this range: their original single-jointed body (58cm) and a double-jointed body (60cm) and new double-jointed body (65cm).
All dolls are available for sale on an intermittent schedule. Tanned resin is sometimes available for some dolls (Rosy, specifically). All dolls are exclusively polyurethane resin.
As of 2010, Supia posted notice that it would no longer carry white skin as a resin colour for its polyurethane dolls. The plan was for the skin tone to be reworked, but as of July (2011) there is no solid commitment for re-release of even a reworked white skin. The tone has been changed twice in the past.
- Supia Dollz Official website
- Supia Dolls Old Dollfair International Supia site. No longer updated
- Yujin's Flickr page