This 14 in tall Native American Inuit Eskimo doll is just so interesting. She is created from cloth and wears a fur and leather costume. The mask face is created from either skins or hardened paper. The facial features are molded, painted, and embroidered. I am not sure what the hair is created from but it is black and somewhat bristly to the touch. She is in good sturdy clean condition and appears to be from the early 20th century.
Antique dolls of high quality at fair prices backed by expertise and professionalism, sold with love
Lynette will be heading to Italy and Germany on a sight seeing and buying trip in May!