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Lovely China Head Lady Doll #168-29

Status: Available Price: $495.00
Description:
What a wonderful serene face on this finely made early china head lady doll. Face is expertly painted with blue eyes, additional red outline for lids, and delicately painted mouth with a slight smile. View of her well-made body are also shown, with kid arms and hands including individually stitched lovely kid fingers. She has her original hand-worked slip, which peeks out from under her skirt, pulled at the waiste and tied with a ribbon in the back and matching long pantaloons. She wears her original stockings, but, alas, has lost her shoes, if she even had any. The superb 2-piece outfit consists of a gathered skirt with matching top in white with sprigs of pink and yellow flowers throughout. Tied at the waiste in the back with pink ribbon. Wonderful condition with no breaks or hairlines. 13" high. c. 1850.

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