Bohemia Rose

Head Sculpt:
White skin
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    Date of acquisition:
    January, 2012
    Purchased from Dollzone through Denver Doll Emporium
    Reason for choice:
    I knew at first glance that she was my dream instant grail...the ultimate art doll canvas I'd long been searching for.
    Best Points:
    The sculpt is an amazing work of unique art, in and of itself.
    Worst Points:
    She arrived with a couple of petal tips broken off and can be difficult to pose because of her large petal arms. Also, the removable side head petal pieces have weak magnets and can fall off if jarred. But the beauty of the sculpt more than makes up for this in my opinion.
    Bohemia Rose's artwork is inspired by the flower child era. Each drawing is a tiny collage of 4 basic elements: a woman of the era, one or more tombstones, wrought iron work from the French Quarter, and a word that embodies an ideal of the flower child era (love, art, music, freedom, nostalgia and miracle.) All of the extra decorative iron work elements are inspired by antique railings from the French Quarter of New Orleans.
  • Eyes:
    14mm pink glitter Ersa Flora eyes
    Favourite colours:
    Deep rich jewel tones
    Fashion style(s):
    Bohemian and Mori Girl
    Bohemia Rose wears any bohemian inspired fashions from the flower child era of the 1960s/70s...from simple hippie to Carnaby Street to gypsy to haute couture.
  • Name story:
    Her name is a combination of the fashion style of her original era and the rose from her backstory.
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    Offsite roleplay:
    This doll's character is not available for offsite roleplay.
    Bohemia Rose is my interpretation of the ultimate flowerchild. Her character is that of a rose placed on the grave of a young woman by someone who deeply loved her. The young woman was a flowerchild, a free spirit who was loved by many, lived in the French Quarter of New Orleans, and tragically died far too early. When the light cast by a nearby chapel's stained glass window fell upon the rose, it became sentient, absorbing the memories and ideals of the young woman upon whose grave it had been placed. I interpreted this in artwork on Bohemia Rose's petals.
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