Find out where to buy new and second-hand dolls while avoiding fakes and scammers.
Middie Blythe – Good things come in small packages
The Middie Blythe doll entered the market in 2010. Marketed as Blythe’s little sister, the first release was Macaron Q-Tea Party a CWC Exclusive. Since then the Blythe community has slowly welcomed Middie into their homes. One reason I was hesitant to collect Middie dolls was that I already had a huge Neo Blythe doll wardrobe…
2016 Blythe Conventions Around the World
Blythe conventions are organised and run by volunteers all over the world every year. Generally the event consists of a meet up with fellow Blythe collectors, lunch, vendor stalls, guest speakers, demonstrations and classes, giveaways and competitions. The money made from ticket sales goes directly to securing and paying for a venue. Prizes and giveaways are…
Reliable Places to Buy Blythe
A list of shops that sell authentic Blythe dolls.
Avoiding factory and fake Blythe dolls on eBay
There are many fake and factory (comprised of mismatched stolen parts) Blythe dolls sold on eBay. As a newbie it can be hard to tell which dolls are fake and which dolls are real. We’ll start with some obvious fake and factory listing examples to help you discern whether a doll you are bidding on…
List of known faked Blythe dolls
Here is a list of Blythe dolls that have been faked at varying levels of detail at June 2015.