Matilda Your Tudor Girl - A Girl For All Time 16" Doll

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More About The Matilda Doll: Matilda is made from high quality vinyl suitable as both a collector and play doll. You'll be thrilled with the quality of construction. She is 16 inches tall and her head, elbows and knees all move nicely. Her elbows and knees are articulated to allow for a nice range of motion. She is wigged with non-removable dark brown hair. Matilda has blue-grey eyes with painted and applied eye lashes.

Matilda Your Tudor Girl™ represents the Tudor era from 1485 to 1603. 

What You Get: Matilda comes dressed in a gorgeous velvet 2-piece dress with a burgundy coloured kirtle. Fur trims the sleeves, and her head-dress is finished with white beads. Shoes, underwear, and a key necklace complete the outfit.

Critical Acclaim For Matilda: Matilda is winner of the Seal of Approval from The National Parenting Center. 

Bonus Gifts Exclusively At Pixie Faire: Purchase Matilda from Pixie Faire and receive 3 patterns as our exclusive bonus. Each retails for $8.99 so this is a $26.97 value. More about the bonus patterns:

The First Impressions Dress Pattern: (Skill Level Advanced) This dress pattern is a reproduction of the dress worn by Périe, in her husband's 1880 portrait of her entitled “In the Conservatory”. It is cut in the Natural Form style that became popular for a short time between the 1870s Bustle Period and the 1880s Bustle Period and features a draped Curaiss bodice with an attached bustle in the back and a skirt that is pleated to the stripe. The ¾ length sleeves are stitched along the shoulder and back of the arm instead of under the arm giving it the look of inset sleeves. Additional instructions for a simple, unpleated skirt are included for the less adventurous seamstress.Retail Value: $8.99.

The Carrie Dress Pattern: (Skill Level Intermediate) The “Carrie” dress is a reproduction of the dress worn by Carrie Ingalls in a picture taken around 1880, the year recorded so vividly in her book “The Long Winter”. 

Your 16" A Girl For All Time doll can dress as Carrie in this replica of the Ingalls' dress by Thimbles and Acorns. This PDF pattern includes instructions for a double breasted overdress and underskirt trimmed with bias cut fabric. Retail Value: $8.99


The Chemise A La Reine And Soft Crown Bergere Hat: (Skill Level Easy) This simple white dress was made popular by Marie Antoinette, the Queen of France, in the 1780s. Shortly after the birth of her first child in 1778, Marie Antoinette retreated to Trianon, a private residence given to her by her husband, where she could raise her children in privacy. This dress ties in the front with drawstrings at the neckline and waistline. Ribbon ties on the sleeves add interest by creating a second puff at the upper arm. It can be made with or without the neck ruffle. The simplicity of this dress is made elegant with the addition of a colorful ribbon bows at the waistline and upper arms. The dress is open in front and a colorful petticoat adds to the elegance. Topped with the soft crown straw Bergère Hat, the ensemble completes the picture of ethereal beauty.  Retail Value: $8.99

Shipping Details:

  • We ship worldwide. Items will be shipped within 3-4 business days of recieving cleared payment.
  • Doll Shipping Rates: 
    • US $15.50 (WA, OR $10.99)
    • Canada $45.00
    • Australia, UK, Worldwide $59.50

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Love ,love the doll. Her face is wonderful. I'm thinking of ordering another doll.


A Brilliant Complement to an 18" Doll Collection

I ordered a Matilda through this site after receiving the notice they were being offered, after having considered buying one of the AGAT dolls for more than a year. The doll arrived in beautiful condition, expertly packed, and sooner than I expected. The Matilda doll herself is simply lovely. Yes, she is very different from the traditional 18" American Girl-type many of us are so fond of--but in a good way. I am really going to enjoy having her among my other dolls. I find her to be very nice quality, and after nearly 30 years in doll collecting I can say this is one purchase I had no disappointments with.


Miss Matilda: Most Beautiful Doll I Own!

I bought Matilda on a whim when I found a good price on her a little while back - she was my first non-American Girl collection doll, and I. Love. Her. Seriously she is the most beautiful doll I have ever photographed - there is so much character in her face, like she's both winsome and wise. Oddly, she has this perfect quality of being more human than most dolls but also looking a lot like an old-fashioned porcelain doll. Simply put, I think A Girl for All Time is making the loveliest play dolls on the market today! Matilda's joints and articulation are really different if you're used to AG. She's almost as tall as AG, but slimmer and more graceful - the characters are meant to be 13 years old, and I think they have the prefect bodies for that - longer limbs, like an adolescent, but still with childlike torsos, and facial features that are sort of ageless. The best part is that her head both rotates and tilts, which gives her a beautiful variety of poses and expressions. She has joints at her elbows and knees, which are not maybe as flexible as I could wish, but they're nice. She stands very solidly. The only thing is that her hands and forearms curve somewhat oddly - I can't figure out how to get her arms to just look relaxed by her sides. A good solution is to tuck her hands behind the small of her back, as you often see done in promotional photography for these dolls. Her gown is absolutely gorgeous, and I was impressed by all the distinct layers of clothing she has on. All are closed with metal snaps that will hold up to play. Her shoes are a little bit prone to falling off, but nothing too unmanageable. I can't wait to dress her in modern clothes (she'll go by "Tilly," then) and to try braiding her incredibly long, incredibly soft hair! Three cheers for Matilda! I'm a convert - Clementine is next. But I want them all.

Smocker M.

Matilda the Lovely

I purchased Matilda some months ago (unfortunately, before I knew the AGAT dolls were going to be carried here!). The Tudor gown she arrives in is just lovely. I will be honest, for the first two or three days I wasn't certain that we would bond, but with each passing day I grew to like her more. I like the fact that these girls aren't "pretty" or "cute" in a traditional way. Their beauty comes from character. She's made very well, with a very sturdy construction that will stand up to hours of play. I highly recommend Matilda and the other AGATs for both girls and collectors. You won't be disappointed! The three patterns are just icing on the cake.