MUSEUM QUALITY 32" Heinrich Handwerck 109 In Fabulous Antique Doll in Antique Silk Dress

Once in a while, we get a HUGE beautiful girl that we can offer at a reasonable price, wearing a MUSEUM READY costume. This lovely Handwerck girl is a spectacular specimen of antique doll presentation at its finest! Absolutely gorgeous and absolutely mint, this lovely lady will be a family heirloom for sure. She has a Bisque socket head on a fully jointed composition and wood body signed Handwerck. Large original blue sleep eyes with painted upper and lower lashes, multi stroke molded brows, open mouth with four upper teeth, pierced ears, dimpled chin, lovely light blond mohair wig with extensions. Dressed in a very beautiful antique beige silk dress with insertion lace, ruffled lace trim, three tiers of self ruffles with insertion lace and fine pin tucks on the skirt, wonderful antique half slip with extraordinary hand embroidered open work embroidery, antique white cotton chemise and antique white cotton pantaloons, white cotton knit socks and antique black leather lace-up boots, pretty blue bow in her hair and a sweet antique doll bonnet.

MARKS: 109 – 15 ½ x



6 ½

CONDITION: Excellent. Fine quality bisque with expert and delicate painting of features, crisp modeling of lovely face, pleasant color. A couple of isolated wig pulls under the wig. The original body with original finish and manufacturer's stamp. An exceptional example of this lovely desirable Handwerck mold in a nice larger size!!

Item ID: RLI-637

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