This is an unusual petite 7.5 inch tall pair of early 1900s boudoir dolls with plaster bust heads, and bisque arms and legs. They both have most of their original intact costumes. One has gold silk skirt with mesh topping and gold metallic trimmed bodice. The other had a shattered blue silk skirt that I replaced and retopped with mesh. The lady in blue has her original mohair wig. The one in gold has a skimpier human hair wig that might be a replacement. Both ladies have wire stands connecting their feet.
Condition: Other than the costumes and wigs, both have nose rubs and some minor discolorations on the busts.
These dolls might be Lilli Baitz creations but as they are unmarked I can't be certain. They are unusual to find in this small size and as complete figures.
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