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VC9009GC: Mason Taylor Dollnew

This is a unique 12" wooden carved doll dating circa 1870s. She is jointed at the shoulders, elbows and wrists, as well as her hips and knees and tops of boots (although this area doesn't pivot to the extent the other joints do). Metal painted boots and hands. Some original paint loss, but overall lovely with the fine detailing to the hands. Painted flesh tone shoulders and chest.One joint inside should has been replaced with wood of a lighter color. Carved curls in hair, carved facial features. Wear to modeling of face and wear to paint on face, giving an early rustic appearance. Touch up repaint at the area where the swivel head meets the body. Made of hard rock maple wood. Some areas of white on the head which has a matte finish. This is wear the paint has worn to the gesso finish underneath. Please click here to view additional magnified photos and click on your BACK button in your browser to return to this page.

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