Daughter of the Sand King, she is the biggest and the most beautiful jewel of the desert city of Moav. Lots of people wanted to win this precious prize, everyone in the Desert heard about her beauty. She was very smart and just leader of Nabathea kingdom for long years after her father’s death.

Imán is a Persian name that means faith. True faith to justice, to retribution for evil and good. I was charmed by the beauty of this name, it’s meaning and the story of this doll suddenly was born when I heard this name.

Iman is a part of the very special “Timeless Treasures” collection, and is made using our latest mold “One Caress”. It is made of “Ultra Chic” porcelain, painted with overglaze and underglaze paints, and has thin Angora wool wig. Quality stainless steel springs provide stability of the pose and long-time reliability. Natural leather padding allows smooth and natural limb movements.

In this collection I was happy to work with my precious jeweller, Julia Sukhareva, who made all the jewellery for my dolls. It is a one of a kind set of silver jewellery with precious and semi-precious gems: topaz, amethyst, garnet, rock crystal, tourmaline, beryl. Making jewellery for this collection, Julia was inspired by ancient jewellers and their techniques. She uses no 3D modelling or 3D printing.

This doll participated in several doll exhibitions, like Spring Doll Salon on Tishinka expo center in Moscow in 2016 and “The art of doll” in Tallinn, in 2015.

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