October 22, 2015

My Alice in Wonderland collection

Alice, Hagen-Renaker
 This is probably the cutest and oldest piece in my collection. It was sold at Disneyland during the 60's.

Alice, mini bust, Disney Classics Expression

 A much more recent piece.

Mini Alice figurine

 I find this one irresistible. It is a tiny build-it-yourself Gashapon figurine from Japan. It is designed after the art from the Little Golden Book book.

Miniature diorama in a matchbox

 Another Gashapon from Japan.

Alice and Mad Hatten thimble Christmas ornaments

 Christmas ornaments by Hallmark. Alice is from 1995, the Mad Hatter from 1996.

Disneykins Alice

 Another older collectible figurine. Disneykins were sold  in the 60's and 70's. I call it the grumpy Alice.

Mad Hatter and Alice on a saucer with half teacup keyring

 Another Gashapon from Japan.

Alice reading

 And another gashapon figurine ...

 And another one.
Alice with sweets in a bottle

And another one (from the same series as the half teacup above).

Gashapons are vending machines and also refer to the toys you get from them ...in case you don't know ;)
I have so many Alice things...I don't really know how to organize them...so I apologize if this looks random...but it completely is.


Heyme said...

See, learned a new word today, thank you :-)
And now I can point tour post whenever someone asks: 'Alice? Who the f*** is Alice?'
Your collection is very amazing!

StaroftheEast said...

I am very curious to see your entire house :) Your house is very colorful and then full with these I am imagining a kitschy museum :)

BHB Kidstyle said...

I was thinking the same as Estella. You must have museum worth of items in your home.

Tina Lindholm Kanerva said...

Wow! Love the one with Mad Hatter and Alice on a saucer as a keyring.
Also curious to how you have room for so many things!

Nathalie said...

Maybe I'll give a tour of my house when it's a bit tidier ;)

AToM said...

OMG Dina-you have so many collections of little little things! I wonder how can you keep track of them?!

Stephanie Kilgast said...

Oh my, so many tiny cuteness! I love Alice in Wonderland themed toys so much :)