Kewpies

Kewpies

Tattoo Kewpie

Tattoo Kewpie

From The Kewpies and Their Book, 1911. Rose O'Neil, Artist.

From The Kewpies and Their Book, 1911. Rose O'Neil, Artist.

Uncut January 1914 "Woman's Home Companion" Kewpie Paper Dolls 2016 | eBay

UNCUT January 1914 "Woman's Home Companion" KEWPIE PAPER DOLLS (2016)

Uncut January 1914 "Woman's Home Companion" Kewpie Paper Dolls 2016 | eBay

Vintage Kewpie Postcard Women Sufferage

Vintage Kewpie Postcard Women Sufferage

Vintage Kewpie Print by chicks57, via Flickr

Vintage Kewpie Print by chicks57, via Flickr

Vintage Kewpie Postcard Close-Up by chicks57, via Flickr

Vintage Kewpie Postcard Close-Up by chicks57, via Flickr

kewpies with a black and white french bulldog...

kewpies with a black and white french bulldog...

Merry Christmas from these cute Rose O'Neills Kewpies.

Merry Christmas from these cute Rose O'Neills Kewpies.

kewpie- I had a kewpie doll when I was little... Two actually. Loved my kewpie.

kewpie- I had a kewpie doll when I was little... Two actually. Loved my kewpie.

Rose O'Neill  New Year's Kewpies Blowing Out Candles

Rose O'Neill Signed New Year's Postcard KEWPIES Blowing Out Candles 1923

Rose O'Neill New Year's Kewpies Blowing Out Candles

Kewpie Mermaid

KEWPIE MERMAID ROSE ONEILL SIGNED KEWPIES POSTCARD js

Kewpie Mermaid

A Time For Gratitude: 185 Collection of German All-Bisque Kewpies

A Time For Gratitude: 185 Collection of German All-Bisque Kewpies

Kewpie were initially conceived as comic strip characters by Rose O'Neill. The cartoons, appearing as baby cupid characters, began to gain popularity after the publication of O'Neill's comic strips in 1909, and O'Neill began to illustrate and sell paper doll versions of the Kewpies. The characters were produced as bisque dolls beginning in 1912, and became extremely popular. The  bisque and composition versions of Kewpie dolls are widely sought-after, especially  those hand-signed by…

Rose O'Neill - unused - Kewpie weight Lifting - # 130.637

Kewpie were initially conceived as comic strip characters by Rose O'Neill. The cartoons, appearing as baby cupid characters, began to gain popularity after the publication of O'Neill's comic strips in 1909, and O'Neill began to illustrate and sell paper doll versions of the Kewpies. The characters were produced as bisque dolls beginning in 1912, and became extremely popular. The bisque and composition versions of Kewpie dolls are widely sought-after, especially those hand-signed by…

Vintage Kewpie Print cleanup

Vintage Kewpie Print cleanup

Pinterest
Cerca