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The first 60-120 dolls are Pilots. They create these dolls to check for any imperfections in the final product.
The make-up on the left side stops at the lower eye lashes, but on the right side it goes farther down the face and closer to the nose. (back says Made in China)
This Jem/Jerrica bracelet has a yellow gem in it, the bracelets sold with the dolls have pink gems.
All the items on this page came as a box lot that was from a Jem artist.
She is another doll that is an Engineering Pilot. Notice the hair is shorter and is not cut evenly around the back. I think her hair looks more like the show hair. Her make up seems to be the light pink style with a darker pink over it, I have seen this on three other dolls. She was wearing a Jem/Jerrica pink top and also the Jem/Jerrica tights ... I put her back into her fashion. Her belt seems to have come part...into to strings of sequins. The guitar seems to have rounded like my Spanish Aja guitar. (skirt was not included) (back says Made in Hong Kong)
This is another Jem/Jerrica Engineering Pilot. What is odd about her is she was wearing the Glitter'n Gold swim suit. Also her hair was pulled back, so I'm leaving it that way. Her make-up is pretty normal, hair is much pinker then the other Jem/Jerrica. Jem's hair is longer then normal...goes to around the middle of her rear. Check out the prototype Glitter'n Gold glasses...they are yellow with gold (what looks like) silk screened gold lenses. I think this hairpick maybe a Glitter'n Gold prototype because it has a yellow tent too it ... nothing can proof that. Also some strange hair tie was with these items, its not the one normal on the doll. I also scanned the doll stand. (tights were not included) (back says Made in China)
Glitter'n Gold Jem/Jerrica
This doll may be an Engineering Pilot, but was used by the artist...I'm not sure why. Her make-up on the her right eye is very dark, the make-up the left is really light. She has orange eye brows, and her make-up is also below her eyes. Her body is a regular Jem/Jerrica the legs can not be crossed like the produced GnG Jem. Her earnings are a little lower. The doll body was detached from the head, and the wires were cut ... but looks like this head did goes with this body because the ends of the three wires do match up. You will also notice that she was some dried clay on her chest and leg. There is a pin mark behind one ear, I'm not sure why that is. It may have been some type of mark (kinda sorta) pointing out that the earrings where a little low. (back says Made in China)
All together I got 2 Jem dress, 2 Jerrica Dress, 2 tights, 1 hat, 2 belts, 2 mics 1 maybe 2 hairpicks (maybe the one above w/GnG stuff), 1 set of glasses, 2 pairs of Jem shoes and 1 pair and 1 single Jerrica shoe. I forgot to scan the tights ... they look normal to me. I only scanned on Jem top and Jerrica top, the seem the same, and the same as the produced dolls. The Jem bracelet seems to have a peach colored stone. (not pink, and not yellow like the one above) The belt to the right of the bracelet has some type of stain, both Jerrica dress have similar stains. I also have scanned that should be Aja's hair pink with these items...it looks like a cross between the US and Spanish hairpick ... it looks a little transparent, but not as much as the Spanish hair pick.
Hologram doll stands
As you can tell the first one is much lighter. The second seems to be a little less transparent, and the third is some where in between. The first leg holder can not easily hold a leg, the opening is to small. If you follow the edges (1st one) you will notice that line curves. The second leg holder has sharp corners ... more typical. The leg braces (part leading from the base to the leg holder) on both styles are smaller then the produced stands...1st one is even smaller then the 2nd. The other Hologram stand and the GnG stand are both the same mold as the 2nd one pictures here.
Along with all the the above items the artist also had these items. (the first Jem/Jerrica Engineering Pilot is molding them for us)
This outfit's stitching looks almost like fishing wire. The tights do not fit Jem. The jacket and skirt belong to one of the German Petra-Singer dolls
These pants are kinda odd, they have sliver stitching ... looks 70s. These are from Kenner Circa doll Shaun Cassidy, from the Hardy Boys. 1978 or 1979 (thanks Alain for the info)
This is part of Darci's "Golden Disco" Fashion. This was with the rest, maybe to show the fabric, but may show that on person did work on both doll lines.
More then likely these fashions were brought in as inspiration or to convey what a Hasbro artist liked or didn't like about fashions/fabric from other doll line.