This boudoir doll has a cloth mask face with painted features , 28" tall, from the 1920's. Except for her hat she is original. She wears a lilac organdy dress with lace and large ruffled collar. She has replaced yellow ribbon around her waist. She has blonde mohair wavy hair. She is missing her hair at the top of her head and down a portion of her back side of head. She has side glancing blue eyes painted on her cloth mask face. She has deep cheek color. Her lip color has run a little around her lips. She is untagged and unmarked. She has typical long thin limbs. Her hands are composition, a little dirty and a little crazed. One lower arm is re-glued to the upper arm, shown in pictures. She has a full length yellow nylon slip, silk under-slip, nylon stockings and black high heel buckle shoes. There are some small holes in the organdy dress. She wears a replaced large yellow straw hat with lilac velvet type cloth flowers on it.
Information from the internet. Boudoir bed doll wigs. Most mohair wigs were fashioned with a simple "Marcel" or finger wave type style. Wavy mohair was stitched down as a part onto twill tape and then glued right onto the head. Hair was usually pulled to the back and secured with a bobby pin. Many times, hair was only placed around the front of the face and left with tendrils or styled to mimic a "bob" look. The bald back was covered by a hat or just left bald.
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