Kaya's Trading Outfit for 18-inch Dolls | American Girl
Kaya wears a decorated dress to show her skills when she trades with nearby tribes. The deerskin is fringed and features geometric designs Kaya created herself. The colorful belt is made with dyed porcupine quills that showcase Kaya's embroidery. Includes a pair of lace-up moccasins. $36
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For special occasions Kaya wears a fringed faux-deer skin dress with embroidery, faux-elk's teeth and trade beads. Includes matching moccasins and woven belt.
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Native American, Plains Indian Doll Handmade, Hand beaded, with Beaded Moccasins, Leggins, Dress, Choker, Hair ties , Bone Beaded Belt. by DreamsCreatedinMt on Etsy
Native American Indian Reborn Baby Dolls 22in
Item Type: Dolls BJD/SD Attribute: Doll Age Range: > 3 years old Warning: No Features: Educational,Model,Soft,Stuffed & Plush Dimensions: 55cm from head to toe Type: Fashion Doll,Baby Dolls Gender: Un
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Northwest Coast Native American Barbie Doll | 24671 | Barbie Signature
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