This is a true matched set of antique lower bisque arms and legs for a doll approximately 10-12 inches tall. They came on an original printed cloth sawdust stuffed body that busted wide open right before my eyes and I salvaged what I could to hopefully bring back a doll that has no arms and legs. The arms both have raised "3" at the top and the legs have what looks like "VIII" on the rims. One leg has a hard to see crooked surface line flaw that is filled with dirt like it has always been there. The tiny white specks on the boots were paint skips at the factory and they are glazed. The fingers are molded together but have distinct lines that separate them. The molded brown boots are glazed and have short heels. The lower legs are 2-1/4 inches in length and the lower arms are 1-3/4 inches in length. These measurements include the top edge that fits up into the cloth upper legs and arms when they are attached. These sets are really hard to find when you are looking for them!
Set of Matching Bisque Arms and Legs for a China, Paper Mache or Parian-Type Doll, Molded Brown Glazed Boots