A bobblehead doll, also known as a bobbing head doll, nodder, or wobbler, is a type of collectible doll. Its head is often oversized compared to its body. Instead of a solid connection, its head is connected to the body by a spring in such a way that a light tap will cause the head to bobble, hence the name.
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Chinese nodding-head figures are documented in England and Continental Europe as early as the 's and 's and Johann Zoffany's famous portrait depicting Queen Charlotte in her Dressing Room at Buckingham Palace painted in shows two such figures in the background see C. Nodding-head figures were imported into England, Europe and America from Canton in large numbers from the 's. The great interest in these figures in England is derived in large part from the personal tastes of the Prince of Wales later George IV during the late 18th and early 19th Centuries. The Prince's interest in Chinese decoration was first expressed in his Chinese Drawing Room at Carlton House; however his sudden inspiration to achieve an Oriental interior at Brighton Pavilion was prompted in
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They're the ultimate yes-men and -women. They've lasted for more than three centuries, taking the form of both comic and exalted figures, from Buddha to Michael Jordan. They are nodders, and along with their contemporary cousins known as bobbin' heads, these figurines possess a charm that rarely fails to captivate.
A bobbleheadalso known as a nodderwobbler or bobble headis a type of collectible doll. Its head is often oversized compared to its body. Instead of a solid connection, its head is connected to the body by a spring or hook  in such a way that a light tap will cause the head to bobble, hence the name. During the seventeenth century, figurines of Buddha and other religious figures called "temple nodders" were produced in Asia.
October 7, 5 min read. They're sometimes called nodding dolls, or, more formally, pagods, or, less formally, bobbin' heads or bobbleheads, but the one thing they have in common is a mechanism to make their heads move up and down. The first examples originated in China, where they were used in religious temple rites to represent deities.