This beautiful bride is made of hard plastic and was made by the Duchess Doll Corporation. She’s dressed in her original white bridal gown and net veil. A white flower is the centerpiece of the veil and in tied to her wrist is a matching flower. A wide ribbon acts as the bodice of the dress as well as a sash ornamentation of the dress. The skirt is enhanced with three rows of shiny silver thread that sparkles. She has her original pink panties and “crinoline” like half slip, both stapled on. Her hair is a auburn and she has blue sleep eyes with large painted eyelashes. She is stiff legged with painted shoes but her head and arms are jointed. She comes in her original cardboard box that identifies her as #709 Bride 7 ½”. The box has its inner liner and cellophane window. I believe she is from the late 1940’ or early 1950’s.
She measures about 7 ½” tall and is in very good condition with minimally mussed hair and crisp, unsoiled clothes. The box measures about 10 7/8” by 12” by 2 1/8” and is in good condition with minimal crease wear and faint soiling. The cellophane and inner liner are intact.
The last photo shows the bride with a groom doll that we also have for sale. They are NOT being sold together but reduced, combined shipping will be arranged if they are purchased together.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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