Horsman's Cindy Bride was advertised at Christmas, 1956, as Bright Star Bride Doll. It is unknown whether this was Horsman's name or just something a distributor came up with to differentiate her from other Cindy dolls. She was available in a black version as well as the more common white doll.
18" Bright Star has a posable, stuffed vinyl body, jointed at neck, shoulders and elbows. She has sleep eyes with lashes, and curled rooted hair. Here is a photo of a nude doll to show the body construction. There is also a 21" Cindy Bride, with a rigid vinyl body (not the stuffed kind), jointed at shoulders and hips.
the 18" doll wears a satin and lace bridal gown with short puffed sleeves, silver lace overskirt. Lilies of the valley decorate her veil and make up her bouquet. She wears a crinoline petticoat, high heeled pumps and white hose. The 21" Bride wears a different style dress.
She's packaged in typical Cindy fashion, diagonally in a square box.
Copyright 1997-2007 by Zendelle Bouchard.
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