Introduced by Ideal in 1962, the Tammy doll was the company’s competitive answer to Mattel’s Barbie. Standing 12 inches tall, she was advertised as “the doll you love to dress,” a reflection of the wide range of complementary clothing and fashion accessories that were made available for her. Tammy was consistently portrayed with a wholesome “teenager next door” vibe. Her clothing wasn’t high fashion and she had a less curvaceous body styling.
The Tammy Tea Set is one of the activity sets that Ideal marketed as part of the Tammy toy line. The set consists of a two-piece place setting of tin plates and saucers, plastic cups, a tea pot, and chromed plastic cutlery.
Tammy was on toy shelves until she was discontinued in 1966. To this day, the Tammy family of dolls remains popular with collectors.
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