Marie Osmond is delighted to introduce the first doll in a new series called the "Somewhere in Time" collection. Playing a round of croquet, is "Eleanor", an elegantly dressed 1870's high society lady, dressed in her summer afternoon finery. In the late 1800's, croquet was introduced into America from England and quickly gained popularity throughout the country. In fact, croquet was one of the first sports played in the United States by both men and women.

"Eleanor" is truly a collectible doll with original heaad, hands and feet by sculptor, Jan Hollebrand. She has been handcrafted with the special attention to detail that is the hallmark of all Marie Osmond dolls.

"Eleanor" is hallmarked on the back of her neck with Marie's signature and is hand numbered. Limited edition of 2,500.