Offered for you is the elusive Inarco E-6210 Ghost Sister Girl Head Vase! Dubbed the “Ghost Girl” or “Ghost Sister” by collectors because of her light matte coloring, this beautiful young lady Head Vase is a scarce and unusual find! Numbered E-6210, this melancholy young lady wears a medium-blue bodice with a deeper blue narrow collar topping a peek-a-boo V in the front of her gown. Her delicate face features large, heavy-lidded, fawn-brown shadowed eyes to set off her small nose and ruby red lips. Her lovely eyes have large brown centers with ice blue irises. She wears large pearl drop earrings, and her long, blonde,side-swept hair is styled with elaborate wind-blown waves and sweeping bangs. She has a dreamy, far-away expression in her ghostly eyes.
This bisque head vase is 7-inches tall, and her base is 4-1/4 inches by 2-3/4 inches. The opening in the top is 3 to 3-1/4 inches in diameter.
Made during the 1950s to 1960s, the mark reads “Inarco® E6210” with an elliptical world map. There is sticker residue on the bottom.
This Young Lady had been in storage for years and was pretty dirty when I found her. Though I have given her some minimal gentle cleaning, she still has some stains, likely caused by newsprint. At least one of her earrings has been replaced and has left her with old glue streaks on and around her right ear. The other earring also looks as though it may have been replaced, though much more neatly. She has an oval-shaped blemish on her left cheek. This looks like a label may have been there, but it has left a raised area around the edges of this mark. The tip of her nose has two small rubs, too shallow to be chips, but definitely some wear has occurred there. Oddly, there is also a raised ridge of pottery material on the underside of her nose. There are pencil marks down inside, but other than significant dust marks, she is relatively clean on the inside. There is some sticker residue on her left shoulder. I see only minimal signs of early crazing, in the form of some vertical lines on her neck, and there are no chips or cracks in this scarce beauty.
Her condition is reflected in the price of this lucky find!
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