The Société Française de Fabrication de Bébés et Jouets (SFBJ) was a prominent French company specializing in the production of dolls and toys. Established in 1899, SFBJ played a significant role in the history of doll manufacturing. SFBJ was founded by Léon Casimir Bru and Henri François Gautier, who were previously associated with the renowned French doll-making firm Jumeau. The company was established in the town of Rueil-Malmaison, near Paris.
SFBJ quickly gained recognition for its high-quality dolls, which showcased remarkable craftsmanship and attention to detail. The company's dolls were made using a variety of materials, including bisque (porcelain), composition, and celluloid. SFBJ's dolls encompassed a wide range of sizes, from miniature dolls to large character dolls. During the early 20th century, SFBJ experienced significant success and expanded its product line to include other toys such as teddy bears, mechanical toys, and miniature accessories for more...
54 items found:
These items have been sold, and the description, image and price are for reference purposes only.