With features similar to little Hummel girls, this large figurine may represent a young German girl though her apron and large brown shoes also resemble the attire of a young Dutch girl. Her features are sweet and include rosy cheeks, a little nose, and big eyes. She appears to be singing and holding a song book in front of her face. The details of the figure even include "writing" on the pages of the book. She originally would have had a foil label by Thames along with the painted identification number of 2842 on her foot. She was Hand Painted and made in Japan. She is a full 7 3/4" high. There are a few small areas of missing paint (see the back of her hair and the tiny spot on the tip of her right shoe.) There is a very small and smooth dip in the bottom front of her left shoe that is possibly a nick or may have been there from manufacture (please see close up of shoes). Otherwise this 1950's cutie pie does not have chips, cracks, or repairs and has darling features!
The Love of Yesterday: Mostly Mid-Century thro the Depression to a Glimpse of Victorian...and more
SPRING is just around the corner! With a lil Luck O' the Irish, maybe no more snow after St. Patty's Day? Think GREEN!