Hand-Painted Bisque and Tin Dolls with Cloth Bodies, Late 19th/Early 20th C.
|Materials||Porcelain, Cloth, Tin|
|Packaging||No Packaging Included|
|Period||Late 19th/ Early 20th Century|
|Origin||Germany, United States|
|Working Condition||Not tested|
|Number of Items||3|
|Additional Information||Includes embroidered blanket. Tin doll heads were made in the late 19th to early 20th century as an alternative to porcelain due to its durability. Doll in purple dress inscribed Roz on the back of the neck.|
- Please note, this item is highly fragile and/or requires custom packing. Additional handling time should be expected.
- repainted; surface imperfections; material loss with discoloration spots and areas; scuffs and abrasions; loose joints with mussed hair; eye discoloration; embedded dirt and dust accumulation; straight pin holding clothing; yellowing and deterioration to doll clothing; clothing may not be original; stains and fading to the blanket; completion and functionality unknown; there may be missing parts or accessories.
- measures tin doll.