This sewing set is named "Jean Darling and Her Sewing Outfit". It is marked at the bottom of the lid "Copyright 1933 and made by Standard Toykraft Products, Inc., New York, U.S.A.". The lid looks like the front of a house. The box is 7-1/8" wide x 6-1/4" deep x 1-5/8" tall.
Inside is a Japanese bisque doll with jointed arms. She has painted undergarments. She has blonde hair with a blue headband. She is ink stamped on her food "Made in Japan". She is also impressed on the top of her back. She is 4-5/8" tall x 1-7/8" wide x 1-5/8" deep. There are three cloth dresses. One has been stitched and is on the doll. There is a pair of steel scissors and 2 twists of thread.
This set was used. The cellophane is punched out of the "door" and through the "window panes". There are some tears on the lid from the door and window. She does not have any chips or cracks. She has an excess piece of bisque on the top of her head that was done during manufacture. There is a dark spot of paint on the back of her head that is also probably from manufacture. This is a sweet set from the 1930s.