Michelle's Barbie Doll
"Ethnic" Dolls -- AFRICA
(not including northern Africa)
Dolls (and fashions) representing people from Africa
Mattel -- Dolls of the World -- Nigerian -- 1990
Mattel -- Dolls of the World -- Kenyan -- 1994
This doll has flocked hair, representing a very closely-cropped "afro"
hairstyle. One other Barbie doll uses this type of hair (Uptown
Chic), and a few Ken dolls and Todd dolls.
Mattel -- Dolls of the World -- Ghanaian -- 1997
Mattel -- Mackie Fantasy Goddess of Africa -- 1999
This is a brand new head mold. Click here to see my web page
of other dolls using the Goddess
of Africa head mold.
Sandy's Dolls -- Zulu Warrior and his Queen -- custom-made
Amazing hand-painted faces, hand-made costumes, hand-made stand, etc.
Click here to visit the official web site of Sandy's
Dolls / Fantasy Designs.
Doll Designs by Jasmar -- Nailah -- custom-made
Click here to visit the official web site of Doll
Designs by Jasmar.
Something Different Creations -- Ethnic 1 -- custom-made
More African and African-American dolls can be found on my other Barbie
doll web pages:
Also take a look at THE
EBONY WORLD OF BARBIE, created by CWash
Africa (not including northern Africa)
The continent of Africa
African-Americans and Jamaicans
Shani line of dolls
Asha line of dolls
AA musicians and dancers
Celebrities – Brandy, Scary
Celebrities – Diahann Carroll,
Dorothy Dandridge, Diana Ross, etc.
Celebrities -- Men
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This web page was made by Michelle DeLee, Amargosa Valley, Nevada,
Last updated March 29, 2000