Baby shaped dolls are just one too many in the markets these days. The little plastic toy with its pretty blue eyes and milk bottle in its hand is a favorite with kids. But how often have you seen a beaded baby doll? Very rare indeed. And that is why it becomes a must have for all those who have a fascination or collection of these baby dolls. Satiating your appetite for the unusual and unique are designers Tony Moxham and Mauricio Paniagua who have made the Good Luck Baby. A Chaquira sculpture, the head of this baby doll was made by Huichol Indians using traditional Chaquira beading techniques. Chaquira beading is a very intricate process in which very small colored beads are pressed into a layer of wax to create patterns. This ancient technique requires a lot of concentration and a steady hand and beaded works can take up to several works to finish. Manufactured by DFC, Mexico, this Good Luck Baby Chaquira sculpture is priced at $2,900 and available here.