Doll House Doll, Untinted BisqueDoll House Doll, Untinted BisqueDoll House Doll, Untinted BisqueDoll House Doll, Untinted BisqueDoll House Doll, Untinted Bisque

This little lady is of white bisque. It’s the type that collectors used to refer to as "stone bisque" which meant that it is not as fine a texture as the earlier untinted bisque dolls (so-called Parian).

This example is a particularly nice one, with well painted features and a smoother texture than most. She has the simple bisque lower arms and legs usually found on these dolls, her feet have molded, painted shoes with a little bit of a heel. She has been beautifully costumed long ago, in antique lace and silk ribbon. The person who dressed her put a lining of buckram under her skirt which allows her to stand on her own (very clever!).

She would be a nice addition to a doll house or room box.

Size: 4.25"

Maker: unknown, German

Marks: none visible

Condition: very good

Item ID: 2544

Doll House Doll, Untinted Bisque

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