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Is this fellow's best selling point his wonderful face or his amazing hairstyle? Really, who cares, but what a fashion plate he is!
Here we have a marvelous German parian shoulderhead (attr. Kling) with a molded shirt-front, and a tie with blue-painted and gilded accents. Further details include lovely modeling of his cafe au lait hair, and beautifully painted features including rosy cheeks, all on a stuffed cloth body that is fitted with bisque lower arms (loss to tip of left hand) and bisque legs that wear black heeled boots.
This fellow is handsomely costumed in a blue striped wool suit with blue satin accents - a complement to his tie. Might you have a lady in your cabinet who would enjoy the company of a young man such as this?

Measures: 16 1/2" tall






Darling German Wax-over Papier-mâché Taufling that features a wax coated shoulderhead in very good condition overall, with black glass pupil-less eyes, nice coloring, and a tuft of blonde hair emanating from the lace-edged bonnet.
On a cloth body that is fitted with wooden arms and legs reminiscent of those utilized on the Motschmann dolls, this cutie wears his original gown (foxing) and blue silk sash (tender).
The perfect piece for display in an early cradle, or scene.

Measures: 10 1/2" tall (15 1/2" long to hem of gown)








This very nicely carved wooden shrine, with Gothic lines and a hand rolled glass front, houses a carved wood, gessoed and polychrome-decorated figure of the Madonna and Child. Continental, and circa mid nineteenth century, the carving is well executed and the palette is striking. Perfect for the collector of religious art.
Case measures 13” to top of crest.









This petite English wax child did not come to us with a name, but "Rosie" might be a nice one due to the crown of blossoms in her hair. Details include a poured wax, turned-shoulderhead, pretty blue glass eyes, rosy cheeks, and inserted blonde hair worn in a short style.
On a cloth body with well-formed, perfect wax limbs, she wears a darling original dress of creamy pink (faded from brilliant pink) linen, with lace and silk ribbon accents.
Rosie stands thirteen and one-quarter inches tall (fourteen and one-quarter, overall)...and due to her charming presentation, is sure to become a favorite of yours.

Click here to see details "Au Naturel"







What could be better than a nineteenth century paper doll that remains in its original sleeve complete with beautiful clothing?
Victoria, a wonderful paper doll set from the McLoughlin firm, New York, includes the doll (reattached at neck) with the original sleeve (showing wear) and five colorful ensembles - one complete with a hat.
The beautifully detailed ensembles, comprised of both fronts and backs, are of the variety that slip over the doll's head. A wonderful example that will display well in your doll room, whether framed, or displayed otherwise.

Sleeve measures: 4 3/4" x 8 1/4"
Doll measures: 6" tall








Believe it or not, there is a doll in here - look closely. This fanciful early Pen Wipe, of felt circles, silk ribbon, tulle and beads, acts as the "dress" for a tiny Grodner Tal wooden. The doll's paint finish is lovely, as is the overall condition here.

Measures: 4 1/4" in diameter


Since we all know time flies, you will have your doll at home in your arms in no time at all!

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