Large Oxfam Rosie and Jim Rag Dolls

Large Oxfam Rosie and Jim Rag Dolls


Rosie and Jim Rag Dolls – 52cm tall, 1990’s, Handmade for Oxfam by SAFFY Handicrafts

Condition: Unboxed, Excellent

1 in stock

Categories: SKU: G445


Rosie and Jim is a British children’s television programme which was produced by Ragdoll Productions and aired on ITV from 3 September 1990 to 16 May 2000. The programme was then repeated periodically on CITV until 23 July 2004.


Rosie and Jim are two rag dolls who live aboard a narrowboat called the Ragdoll, which is from Birmingham. There, they sit with a concertina on their lap and come alive when no one is looking to explore the world that they pass by on rivers and canals across England. They learn to experience things by following the Ragdolls owner on his or her adventures, and secretly joining in with them. Usually, they end up causing trouble, but they are never detected because no one ever sees them.



Rosie is the female rag doll. During their adventures, she carries a bag that has her name written on it. She wears a yellow dress and has long shaggy black hair.  Her skin colour became a bit darker from series 2.


Jim is the male rag doll. In their adventures, he can be seen carrying a notebook, in which he sometimes draws things that he has seen. He has short red hair and wears light brown trousers, a shirt with a red scarf, a white-with-red-stripes sock, brown boots and a brown waistcoat. The shade of his skin has changed slightly throughout the series.


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