‘Coraline’ doll sold for $1.5 million in online auction
CITIZENS in Florida are bidding on a $1,500,000 to $1 million doll that will be used as a Christmas gift.
A Coral Gables-based doll designer called Coraline is selling the doll for $100,000, the first time a doll has been sold online for less than $1million.
The doll will be shipped to the Florida buyer at a later date, and is in the final stages of final assembly before being sent to a buyer in the United States.
Coralina Dolls founder Marjorie L. Lopes said in a news release that she was so inspired by the doll’s design that she created the Coraline doll and her husband, Jeff Lopes, as well as their daughter, Coco.
Cocho, 10, said she loves the doll because it is made of coral and the coral skin is soft and delicate.
The doll has a pink face with pink fur and a white nose and eyes, and she also has an orange nose and pink lips, which are shaped like fish eyes.
Coco said she was interested in the doll before her parents found it.
Her father was a child star and her mother worked in a fashion studio.
Coca said she also likes the doll so much that she has started to wear it.
She said the doll has no name, but she loves to wear pink.
The dolls face has a smile and a smiley face.
They are meant to represent a person who is kind and loving, said Lopes.
“My intention is to give a doll that can be used by people in any situation, and I’m not sure what they are going to say,” said Lope.
The Dolls design was based on an original by Lopes’ mother.
She used a pink fur, which is a natural color, and a coral pattern, which creates the shape of a fish eye.
The name Coraline comes from the name of the sea creatures.
The Coraline dolls face is made with a coral skin and a soft coral, which helps the doll to breathe and smile.
The Lopes family has sold their entire collection of dolls, including Coraline.