A baby girl doll made by a company in South Africa sold for $2,200 ($3,500) on the website Babygirls.com on Wednesday.
The baby girl, known only as “Babygirl” on the site, was the product of a crowdfunding campaign on the Indiegogo website.
The doll, made by the South African-based company “Babygirl”, has a black head and brown eyes and features a small, pink face.
It was designed to be used by girls aged 6 to 11.
“This is the first time I’ve ever seen a baby doll made with such high quality and craftsmanship,” said Sarah Brouwer, a buyer of Babygirl.
“This doll is so much fun and so cute and will be a must-have for all your girls, babies and preschoolers.
The fact that it’s made with only recycled materials means it’s environmentally friendly.”
Brouwer said she was “very pleased” to see the doll on sale.
“I think it’s a fantastic product and a great way to get kids involved with toys,” she said.
“I think that kids should be encouraged to get involved in the local economy and the local community.
We are hoping to get more kids involved in local activities.”