This is an interesting 11.5" tall carved wood Folk Art lady doll figure. She is carved from 1 solid piece of wood as a woman with 1 arm crossed in front and the other arm crossed to her back. She has short textured hair painted brown and is carved to have a green painted dress with white cross hatched bodice and apron over the skirt. She has white painted stockings and low heeled black single strap shoes.
Condition: Some paint wear and an old glue repair to one foot.
I estimate that this lady dates from early 1900s. She is no beauty. She is the blind date with lots of personality.
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