German Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm

Dolls from the German Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm 
Most of us grew up with the Grimm fairy tales, either in books, on television, or in the movies.  These dolls are all based on the classic tales collected by two brothers in the early 19th century.  They were not alone.  Asbjornsen and Moe were doing the same thing in Norway, and Afanas’ev did the same thing in Russia.  The tales the Grimms collected were not limited to German stories, and some trace back to Charles Perrault in 17th century France.  All of our dolls are characters out of stories, immigrants from the books that Keats called “Realms of Gold.”  I hope that you enjoy both the dolls, and their stories, and perhaps decide to take a few home with you.

Most of our dolls are reversible.  If you see two or more characters in a photo, that means there are two or more characters in one doll.

To learn more about any doll or story, simply click on the doll’s name.


The Frog Prince

Little Red Riding Hood

Hansel and Gretel



Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

Snow White and Rose Red