Safed Doll Museum
Mila Rosenfeld is a fashion designer by profession. The doll museum was established in memory of Mila’s daughter who was killed in a Tel Aviv bombing in 1994.
Mila had a doll collection that she had collected in Russia. During her immigration process her collection was lost and Mila began to create a new collection from the moment she arrived in Israel.
She began to create new dollars in memory of her daughter. She creates dolls that are typical of various time periods and nationalities. All the costumes are made exactly according to the theme, history and costumes of Jews from different communities in the world.
After Mila researches the style and characterization of the costume she creates the doll. The creation of one doll lasts from three months to two years. Mila pours the porcelain into the patterns, paints the features of each doll and paints her skin.
All dolls are made in a ratio of 1: 4 compared to the human body.