|Jesui is an 11-inch vinyl unstrung BJD by QueBan|
|She came with an extra pair of hands.|
|The index fingers on the extra pair of hands are curled under.|
I have not tried the extra pair of hands on Jesui, but I did remove one of her existing hands to check the ease or difficulty of removing it. I pulled on the hand gently until it popped off.
|She is a very cute doll with unique facial features.|
|Close-up of Jesui's face|
|Jesui posed with a Ucanaan BJD to illustrate the height difference and for a complexion comparison. She has a light caramel complexion.|
|In this photo, Jesui wears a Uncanaan fashion. The sleeves of the blouse cover her hands, otherwise, the fit is okay.|
|In this photo, the sleeves are tucked under to give the illusion of a perfect fit.|
|This is Zig and Zag Barbie Fashionista #57's dress. The shoes were made for 1/3 BJD dolls.|
|This is Barbie Fashionista #144's animal-print top and shorts worn with her own sneakers. #ad|
|This is Barbie Fashionista #125's romper (the Fashionista with purple hair).|
|Made for 13- to 13-1/2-inch Sibahle (Paola Reina) dolls, this romper fits if the collar is pulled down more than required to do for the taller dolls.|
|This Boneka dress fits well. It is Monday’s Child Daria’s original dress. Daria, by Dianna Effner, is 10 inches tall, an inch shorter than Jesui.|
|This yellow dress and the raincoat in the next photo were made for 10-inch Georgia/Ann Estelle from Effanbee/Tonner’s Mary Engelbreit doll line from several years ago.|
|The raincoat fits loosely because Jesui is thinner than Georgia and Ann Estelle.|
|This nautical fashion was made for 1/6 BJDs. It fits well.|
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