Dolls of the World - Princess Series

The popular Dolls of the World series, celebrating countries and traditions from around the world, proudly announces its Princess Collection...

Princess of the French Court™ Barbie® doll is inspired by the grandeur of the Age of Chivalry, a time of romance and valor. She wears a regal gown of deep, rich purple, the color of royalty. The split skirt is designed with an inset of purple and golden jacquard. Lavishly embellished with golden trim and a gleaming golden medallion, the dress is complemented by a golden ring and earrings. The final crowning touch is her golden tiara incorporating a fleur-de-lis (lily) design, the symbol of the royal family of France that proudly decorated their coat of arms. Princess of India™ Barbie® doll is awe-inspiring in her sari, the best-known type of Indian clothing. Made of soft shimmering materials, this extraordinary pink sari features golden accents and is draped around her body and over her head in an intricate style. Like some princesses, she wears a golden headpiece called a tikka, a forehead ornament. The tikka hangs above her bindi, the dot on her forehead. A golden choker and earrings complete this wonderful costume.
2001
Princess of the French Court

Price: $145  (INQUIRE)

2001
Princess of India™ Barbie

Price: $175  (INQUIRE)

Princess of the Incas™ Barbie® doll is inspired by the regal dynasty of an exotic age. She wears a taffeta dress of deep blue with a colorful decorated border patterned after authentic Incan textiles. Throughout this empire, it is believed that the kings and queens are descendants of Inti, the powerful Sun god. And so, the divine princess wears many pieces of dazzling golden jewelry. Gold is the symbol of Inti and a precious metal that was owned only by royalty. Golden embellishments include arm cuffs, a necklace, and a crown. Barbie® doll looks sensational as a Celtic princess in an olive green gown with detailing inspired by the artwork of the Celtic people. She wears a forest-green cape adorned with a golden brooch reminiscent of the legendary Tara Brooch of the ancient Celts. The final regal touch is a lovely golden crown that rests atop her long red wavy hair. Packaging features educational information about the region of Ireland and the history of the Celtic people.
2001
Princess of Incas™ Barbie

Price: $145  (INQUIRE)

2002
Princess of Ireland™ Barbie

Price: $55  (INQUIRE)

Barbie® doll celebrates the royal glamour of the Far East in this exquisite ensemble. Traditional gown features an exotic floral pattern and is inspired by the wardrobe of the Qing dynasty. Spectacular face paint, an elaborately designed hairstyle, and golden drop earrings and crown create a truly regal vision. Packaging features educational information about the region and history of China. Princess of the Nile™ Barbie® doll exudes royal glamour in a rippled golden dress with an overlay of sheer white fabric that wraps around her shoulders. A magnificent golden pectoral necklace ordained in colors of turquoise, red, and blue displays a matching centerpiece "medallion". Additional jewelry includes golden bracelets, and a stunning golden crown featuring a serpent ornament - an Egyptian symbol of royalty. Exotic face paint and tiny shoulder-length braids complete this princess' regal ensemble. Packaging features educational information about the region and history of Egypt.
2002
Princess of China™ Barbie

Price: $85  (INQUIRE)

2002
Princess of the Nile™ Barbie

Price: $125  (INQUIRE)

Princess of the Portuguese Empire Barbie® doll wears a glorious gown of jacquard and burgundy panne velvet, inspired by Renaissance fashion. A delicate cap of golden metallic lace tops her glorious hair. Princess of the Danish Court™ Barbie® doll rules proudly. She is dressed in a beautiful light blue, ivory, and golden gown decorated with lace and a golden bow. Her luxurious blonde hair is upswept. Finally, she wears dangling golden earrings, a golden ribbon choker, and a regal crown to show her royal station.
2003
Princess of Portuguese Empire

Price: $45  (INQUIRE)

2003
Princess of Danish Court

Price: $45  (INQUIRE)

Princess of South Africa™ Barbie® doll proudly wears a traditional Ndebele-inspired dress. Its black and white patterning is topped with a colorful ngurara (intricately decorated blanket) cape. In Ndebele culture, tight-fitting neck rings are considered the most attractive and essential accessories. She wears golden-colored leg and neck rings called izixolwana. A golden and red headpiece and hoop earrings give her regal beauty. Finally, she carries her own dancing mace to carry on her heritage. Barbie is a stunning Princess of Japan during the late 19th century. She comes wearing the traditional kimono for this informal outing away from the palace. Her long sleeve kimono is beautifully decorated in a colorful pattern. Her hair is worn in a bun with three white flower.
2003
Princess of South Africa™ Barbie

Price: $45  (INQUIRE)

2003
Princess of Japan Barbie

Price: $45  (INQUIRE)

Inspired by the legendary Nordic seafarers, Barbie is the Princess of the Vikings, the 8th century explorer of the seas surrounding what is now Scandinavia. She comes dressed in a flowing gown, worn with a golden mesh overskirt and strong breastplate. Her trusty dagger hangs from a golden cord that wraps at her waist. Her strawberry blonde braids are topped with a bold golden helmet w/win ornament. Princess of England™ Barbie® doll wears a lovely gown featuring a rose colored satin bodice and a rosy pink skirt decorated with golden renaissance inspired patterns. The square neckline is edged with pink and golden trim. Soft rosy pink sleeves elegantly drape off her shoulder over a full golden undersleeve. Golden embellishments accent her outfit, including a golden cord that ties at her waist, a brooch, and a regal crown, based on the steeple-shaped headdresses of the era.
2003
Princess of the Vikings

Price: $45  (INQUIRE)

2004
Princess of England™

Price: $45  (INQUIRE)

Princess of Ancient Greece™ Barbie® Doll wears a rippled, copper-colored dress called a "chiton" that flares at the bottom. A square sheer wrap decorated with a golden Grecian pattern is pinned at her right shoulder with one of two golden pins that are shaped in a lion's head. She wears a golden serpent arm cuff and completes her outfit with a golden laurel crown atop her curly dark brown hair, worn up in a classic Grecian chignon. Princess of Cambodia™ Barbie® Doll wears a slim silhouetted skirt that is fashioned from teal fabric that wraps around her, cinches at her waist, and drapes over her shoulder. The wrap, which features a golden geometric floral print, comes together in a vertical layer of pleats in front. A golden braided belt secures the wrap at her waist and features a golden buckle.She has long dark brown hair which cascades down from beneath her royal crown with faux sapphires and emeralds. Her outfit is accented by many golden elements including dangling earrings, an intricate armband, a braided golden sash, and golden shoe.
2004
Princess of the Ancient Greece

Price: $55  (INQUIRE)

2004
Princess of the Cambodia

Price: $45  (INQUIRE)

From about 1428 until 1521, a culture grew in a vast land from the Gulf of Mexico to central Mexico and as far south as Guatemala. In what is now Mexico City lay the capital of the ancient Aztec people formerly known as Tenochtitlеn. Here there is a huge temple, many canals and a royal palace. A beautiful young girl with long dark hair and deep brown eyes lives in the royal palace. Like all nobles, she wears clothes made of brightly colored cotton with decorations made of gold and feathers. The most prized feathers of all are the iridescent green ones from a bird called the quetzal. Barbie® doll is dressed as a princess of the proud Navajo Nation wearing traditional dress and authentic jewelry. Many Navajos continue to wear traditional clothing daily and especially for ceremonial or social gatherings. Barbie® doll wears a woven shawl in ceremonial colors with symbolic and stylized patterns. Barbie® doll also wears a necklace of turquoise-colored beads with a “squash blossom” pendant and a “concho” belt in silver and turquoise tones with earrings and a sunburst broach. The long printed skirt and dark open-necked shirt are consistent with everyday wear for most Navajo women even today.
2004
Princess of Ancient Mexico

Price: $45  (INQUIRE)

2004
Princess of the Navajo Barbie

Price: $55  (INQUIRE)

The Renaissance was a time of rebirth for the arts and education in Europe and especially Italy. During this stimulating era culture, philosophy, poetry and the sciences flourished. The Princess of the Renaissance™ is a privileged child of the beautiful city of Florence living in an exciting time of renewal and enlightenment. She wears an elegant gown and headdress like those worn in Italy during the 14th century by noblewomen and members of the wealthy merchant class. Inspired by Korea’s historically traditional costume, the Princess of the Korean Court™ wears a hanbok in the beautiful colors of spring. It is customary to celebrate Sol Nal, New Year’s Day, on the first day of spring, which is also the first day of the first month of the new lunar year. It is a happy day of joyous celebration and honors the heritage of the princess and her family.
2005
Princess of the Renaissance

Price: $45  (INQUIRE)

2005
Princess of the Korean Court

Price: $45  (INQUIRE)

The vast and mysterious land of Imperial Russia was ruled by the czar and czarina and their daughter, the princess, was known as the Grand Duchess. The ruling family of mother Russia lived in many magnificent palaces and enjoyed untold riches. This glorious historical period is beautifully recreated in the Princess of Imperial Russia™ Barbie® doll wearing a traditional Russian gown of the period and her grandmother’s crown.    
2005
Princess of Imperial Russia

Price: $45  (INQUIRE)