With the display stand cleaned up, the Jasmine and Aladdin dolls can now be replaced on their doll stands. I placed in a pose similar to what they had originally, and secured their hands together with a rubber band.
Next is to remove the remaining plastic spacers from the base of the display stand. This is done by carefully lifting the cardboard backing from the base. It is held their with double sticky tape, but fortunately, it is fairly easy to lift it off. The ends of the doll stands are rotated a bit to allow them to go through the slots in the cardboard. Then the plastic spacers are removed from the cardboard, and the cardboard is replaced on the base.
Jasmine and Aladdin are now fully deboxed.
Jasmine has been removed from the doll stand, and is placed on a counter to continue the deboxing process. Some small fasteners are removed from her sheer skirt, and her hands are untied, and the flower freed from her hands. Then the flower is replaced on her hand. Her hair is also tidied up a bit by snipping off some stray hairs, and evening the end of her ponytail. Aladdin’s hand in her hair messed up the first section of her ponytail, but I decided not to try to fix it up. Notice that there are no markings on her lower back showing her edition number or size, unlike Aladdin. She is now fully deboxed.
Now it’s Jasmine’s turn to be deboxed. There are wires holding her legs to the doll stand, and tiny plastic tabs pinning her dress to the bottom backing. Her hands are also tied together with rubber bands, as is the flower. Raising her skirt to undo the ties around her legs, we see her golden curvy toed shoes. They are a flat dark gold color, as are her earrings.
Aladdin is laid face down on a counter to continue the deboxing process. The only thing left to do is the remove the wire from around his waist. His shirt is opened in the back to make removing the wire easier. I discover that his belt is a separate piece, fastened in the back with Velcro, and the cape is removable on his left shoulder, but it is sewn to the right shoulder of his shirt. There are manufacturer’s markings on his lower back, including his edition number and size (#899 of 6000), which matches his Certificate of Authenticity. After the wire is removed, his shirt and belt are closed up again, but his cape is kept over his head. His cape is then place down, over his back. I remove the plastic tabs fastening his hat to his head, then replace the hat on his head. The hat goes on his head rather loosely, so it is prone to falling off if he isn’t in the upright position. He is now fully deboxed.
The plastic spacer is then removed from the backs of the two dolls. The next step is to
free the dolls from the built in doll stands. Aladdin is the first to be removed. There are wires around his legs, securing him to the doll stand and a small spacer. His hands are freed from Jasmines by cutting some rubber bands. I accidentally snipped the tip of one of Jasmine’s fingers off. Oops!
The cardboard backing has been cut open to reveal the ends of the various fasteners used to secure the dolls and plastic spacers to the backing. Then the large spacer is freed from the backing, and the backing is laid down flat, revealing the backs of the dolls, who are still attached to the spacer, the doll stands, and the bottom of the backing. Next the backing is cut off from the base of the display stand. The bottom of the backing is still stuck to the base with double stick tape. The backing, with the Certificate of Authenticity attached, is put away inside of the acrylic top of the case, which is then placed in the original shipping carton.
The slipcover has been taken off, to reveal the dolls inside the display case. The dolls can be seen from three sides and the top of the clear acrylic case. The base of the case is gold filigree pattern over black, with a golden nameplate in front. The cardboard backing secures the dolls in their factory poses, and contains the Certificate of Authenticity. Then the acrylic cover is taken off, so the dolls are now in clear view.
Deboxing my Limited Edition Jasmine and Aladdin Doll Set, #899 of 6000, from the Disney Fairytale Designer Collection. Flash is used in most of these photos, as the the sunlight had faded.
Jasmine and Aladdin Doll Set
Disney Fairytale Designer Collection
US Disney Store
Released In Store 2013-09-17
Released and Purchased Online 2013-09-18
Sold Out Online 2013-09-20
#899 of 6000
Jasmine and Aladdin Doll Set
Item No. 6070040900892P
Fans of Disney’s romantic eastern adventure couldn’t wish for anything more magical than this pair of Jasmine and Aladdin dolls. Part of the limited edition Disney Fairytale Designer Collection, they feature elegantly detailed costumes.
Magic in the details…
Please Note: Each Guest will be limited to ordering a maximum of one of this item per order.
As part of the Disney Fairytale Designer Collection this pair of Jasmine and Aladdin dolls were carefully crafted by artists inspired by Disney’s beloved 1992 movie. The Sultan’s daughter and street urchin have been reimagined in exquisite detail with these limited edition dolls. Brought to life with careful attention, they uniquely capture the essence of the fairytale couple, creating a one of a kind set that will be a treasured keepsake of collectors, Disney fans, and every princess at heart!
• Global Limited Editon of 6000
• Includes Certificate of Authenticity
• Jasmine features beaded headdress with matching earrings, and necklace
• Lustrous black hair and rooted eyelashes
• Richly embroidered top with rhinestone accents and beaded chain detailing at shoulders
• Satin skirt with embroidered peacock feathers, scalloped hem, and rhinestone accents
• Flowy chiffon underskirt
• Flower accessory
• Aladdin features satin turban with feather and jeweled accent
• Chest panel with ornate embroidery and matching cummerbund
• Satin cape with embroidered trim and contrast purple satin lining
• Satin pants and shirt with gold braid detailing at cuffs
• Dolls sold in a special keepsake display case with intricate details on the base, including a golden plate with the name of Jasmine and Aladdin
• Includes special Disney Fairytale Designer Collection Gift Bag
• Part of the Disney Fairytale Designer Collection
* Intended for adult collectors — Not a child’s toy.
The bare necessities
• Plastic / polyester
• Jasmine: 11 1/2” H
• Aladdin: 12” H
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