All items are for sale now. Contact 225-362-9585 to inquire about making a purchase or send us an email, VISA and MC accepted. You are welcome to make an appointment to visit the museum to see the dolls in person. More dolls and museum items are added to the sale daily.
This is a Charity Sale with all proceeds to T.D.S. Memorial Foundation for the Handicapped.
SATURDAY, December 3, 2016 8am-2:00pm.
SATURDAY, December 10, 2016 8am-2pm.
Santa will be attending this sale from 8am -11:30am. Continental breakfast will be available for $10 call for information 225-362-9585. Children are welcome when accompanied with an adult to tour the museum and to sit in Santa's Sleigh with Santa for a great picture opportunity.
The Enchanted Mansion is a Doll Museum that was created 20 years ago to provide income to the T.D.S. Memorial Foundation for the Handicapped. The foundation has supported dozens of projects across Louisiana and states that assist individuals with disabilities. The proceeds of this 3 month sale will continue its important contribution to these organisations.
Thousands of dolls in excellent condition will be sold. All inventories, props, display cases and shelving, all furniture in museum and accessories will be sold.
Online Sale continues until January 28, 2017 VISA and MC accepted
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Doll Artists represented:
- Zawieruszynski Dolls
- Annette Himstedt, Germany
- Jan McLean, New Zealand
- Lee Middleton
- Mary Van Osdell
- Jessie Bishop Dolls, Ohio
- Madame Alexander
- Danbury Mint
- Franklin Mint
- Marie Osmond
- Richard Simmons
Thomas D. Sedberry Memorial Foundation for the Handicapped
We exist to provide care and assistance to the handicapped community through showing others the beauty of dolls, the ingenuity of people to use readily available materials to fashion playthings, and to present dolls in such a manner as to be both enjoyable and educational. We strive to preserve the historical, cultural, ethnic, and aesthetic values of dolls as art.
The Enchanted Mansion is an arm of the T.D.S. Memorial Foundation for the Handicapped. The museum houses dolls of all kinds, from all cultures, for sale to fund the T.D.S Memorial Foundation for the Handicapped.
The Mansion is a place dedicated to preserving both life and art. All proceeds from this incredible sale are given to the T.D.S. Memorial Foundation for the Handicapped, a non-profit foundation. Our exhibits are deliberately created with disabled viewers in mind, so that nothing hinders their experience. The Foundation itself supports a wide variety of causes and institutions to further the accomplishments and acceptance of those with special needs and disabilities.