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I always wanted to make a tiny marionette and her she is; please meet my tiny ballerina called ‘Fiona’. 

Fiona is only 3.34” (8,5 cm) tall. Her total length with strings and handle is approx. 4.72” (12 cm).

Fiona is completely handmade by me. No moulds used or anythings. She is absolutely one of a kind. 

Fiona is made out of polymer clay. She has pins in her arms and legs to prevent the clay from breaking. Please be very careful with her though, because she has many tiny parts which are still very fragile and can break.

Fiona’s eyes and body are painted with acrylic paint and she has wonderful hair made out of Tibetan Lamswool. She is wearing a tiny, handmade ballerina skirt.

The loops I have made on the ends of her limbs are attached to very fine string. They make it possible to make Fiona move/ dance by playing with the handle which are attached to the strings. 


Although tiny Fiona loves to be played with she is not a toy. She is for a collector and not suitable for little children.

I try to take the pictures with the best color settings but the colors can always look slightly different in real.

Choose your purchase carefully... 

 I will not refund or return for a change of mind or anything like that.

I do offer layaway or lay by. A (non-)refundable deposit is required to do so. However, I do not refund your deposit or payments if you change your mind upon completion of your layaway or lay by.

If you have any questions about the options and terms, or any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. 

Please note some countries will charge customs fees.

Please look up your countries policies before ordering. All postage and customs fees are the buyers responsibility. 

By law I am required to mark the postage declaration form with the correct sale price and information. 

By purchasing this item you are agreeing to these terms.

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