Doll collecting has always been a popular hobby, and each generation seems to have their own "it" doll. Today's girls have American Girl dolls, their mothers had Barbie dolls, their grandmothers had Kewpie dolls, and their great-grandmothers may well have had a Bleuette doll. Bleuette dolls were created in France, but like many popular items in the 1900s, made their way across the pond and into the bedrooms and imaginations of American girls. Produced by a number of companies from around 1900 to the 1960, Bleuette dolls were a standardized size, and girls were encouraged to make clothes for their dolls from Bleuette doll patterns. Further customization was done by adding specialized Bleuette shoes, dresses and wigs. The antique dolls have enjoyed a resurgence in popularity and a number of the dolls and their accessories are available for sale through the reliable sellers on eBay. Browse new, used and refurbished items for your Bleuette doll.