The most expensive BJD doll in the world right now belongs to the Superdollfie, a brand name which produced many BJD dolls in the world. For you who doesn’t know what the BJD stands for, it’s Ball-jointed Doll articulated with ball and socket joints. The appearance of this doll is a little different from the other dolls. It’s built by clay and wooden materials.
Ball-jointed Doll: Nono
Superdollfie, as the most expensive BJD doll in the world, is one of the examples of all. It was made by the Japanese company, Volks. This most expensive BJD doll in the world is made to be easy to customize and is primarily marketed to adult doll collectors and customizers. They are cast in polyurethane resin, a porcelain-like, hard, dense plastic.
Ball-jointed Doll: Luna
This first most expensive BJD doll in the world was one of a kind sculpted by artist Akihiro Enku as a gift for his wife. He was inspired by the ball-jointed and strings system of the 19th century porcelain dolls. One of the kind of Superdollfie by Volks is Dollfie. This most expensive BJD doll in the world is vinyl articulated dolls in Barbie’s size with a manga and anime look. The name “Dollfie” of this most expensive BJD doll means “doll” and “figure”.
Therefore, the most significant feature about this most expensive BJD doll in the world is that they’re meant to be customized. It’s easy to change their hair, eyes, and faceup. Even the body is made of easily interchangeable pieces. This most expensive BJD doll in the world also wear clothes and can be dressed up in any style.
Ball-jointed Doll: Rosy Supia
As for the size, this most expensive BJD doll in the world is often about 60 cm, or 2 feet, tall, taller and heavier than most comparable Western dolls. Like I said before, they are designed in a style which is both realistic and influenced by anime. Most models of this most expensive BJD doll in the world are automatically correct in details.