This is a 13" tall circa 1920s home made cloth doll dressed as a Quaker lady. She is dressed in the manner of a 19th century Quaker however based upon the stockinette fabric used for the body and the style of painting of her facial features, this doll was most likely made in the 1920s. Her body, arms, legs and head are al made from stuffed stockinette, with only the head painted. She is well dressed with pantaloons, 2 petticoats, some sort of bodice, and her badly shredding dress, plus a fine bonnet to match.
Condition: Obviously her dress has seen better days and is falling apart, however the rest of her is in good condition.
If you favor American cloth Folk Art doll then this interesting lady may suit you well.
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