Marie Osmond is pleased to present "Chenoa", a Native American toddler doll in her "Children of the World" series. "Chenoa" is dressed in a traditional Indian costume made of white ultra suede, with turquoise blue and silver beading, as well as fringed hemlines. "Chenoa's" long shiny black braids are adorned with a tribal design headband and complimented with pink and blue feathers. One of the rich customs of the Native American culture is the meaning behind their names. "Chenoa" stands for "white dove".
"Chenoa" is truly a collectible doll with original head, hands and feet by sculptor, Denise Krause. She has been hand-crafted with the special attention to detail that is the hallmark of all Marie Osmond dolls.
"Chenoa" is hallmarked on the back of her neck with Marie's signature and is hand numbered. Limited edition of 2,500.