Due to the fragility/instability of the stand and where the peg is inserted to the base, Barbie tends to be a bit tippy. However, she still has her “Frank Sinatra Table” wrist tag, which I love.
This base, stand, acrylic piece is similar in design to the one used two years later in Kansas City for the Dovima and the Elephants centerpiece, though they improved the stand by that time. Over time, the paper and laminate “sidewalk” has become brittle so I don’t set it up all that often. The next time it will be set up is when I finally finish my doll room and it goes on permanent display.
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