|I-Girl Paris and Marx Wall Oven|
|"At the bottom, we have a cabinet."|
|"Above the heating area, we have more cabinet space."|
|"The wall oven has two areas. The lower one is the main oven with 2 adjustable racks."|
|"The top area is the broiler. It only has 1 rack that you can leave in or remove for more space."|
|"Broiler opens top down; oven opens right to left."|
|"Fudge. You should see both cabinets open. There."|
|"Kurt, help me show the height. Over 12 inches."|
|"The back and sides are white plastic and closed. The yellowy marks are from age."|
|"This cookware - "glass" pan, silvery baking dish, and grill pan - also came with the wall oven."|
Thanks, Paris, for your help. Does anyone have any questions about this Sindy appliance?
Paris is a Lanard fashion doll. She is one of the I-Girls (Asia, Aspen, Rio, Sahara, and Sydney) that I bought them from a doll/toy boutique, Small Blue Planet, many years ago. There doesn't seem to have been a large distribution of the I-Girls, but I found a new article on this line today. My research senses are tingling. I'll post more about Paris and the other I-Girls in the future.