Elin Veje Graversen, coleccionista Danesa de este tipo de muñecas, me proporcionó detalles acerca de la fábrica y de las muñecas en si, ella nos cuenta:
dolls, called Pusle Tvillinger, are very loved dolls from the 70-ties here
In the second half of the 60's, a firm called Algrema imported dolls from Italy, from Ratti -dolls factory, and the Danish firm made a lot of dolls-clothes. All the Algrema-clothes are recognisable for the type of buttons they used. The dolls are called Pusle-dolls.
These dolls were a big hit, because they were very nice dolls, good quality and had tons of publicity in the Donald Duck-magazines and family magazines.
The Pusle-dolls family grew with the introduction of a black doll called Maria, a slightly smaller boy-doll called Lillebror (little brother) and a redhair girl called Pippi ( the Swedish Pippi Longstockins ) the twins were added later. The twins are babies, the other are older kids.
The last doll introduced was a very girlish-looking boy-doll called Bobo.
Pusle and her family had different eye-colors and different haircolors. The most common were the blond dolls, and the more desirable and difficult to get were the ones with blackhair.
The meaning of Pusle: to "pusle" is to take care of a baby, changing his diapers, feeding him, and loving him!
Muchas gracias Elin por esta valiosa información!.
Aqui pueden ver el catálogo de ropita que venía incluído, y más abajo a los nuevos integrantes de mi colección.
Aqui están mis gemelos acabados de llegar de Dinamarca, aún sin limpiar y arreglar.
Aqui ya están todos juntos, bañados, peinados y con su ropa limpia.
Los gemelos Algrema Pusle son anatómicamente correctos.
Jenny y Jerry
Joey y Julie