A very sweet tiny antique Bye-Lo baby doll with bisque head & body. Moveable arms and legs. The doll has tiny painted blue eyes, pale eyebrows, shaded hair, dotted nostrils, and a nicely painted mouth. Very well painted for a tiny doll.
Condition: Very good. A couple of faint rubs on the side of one cheek. No cracks, chips, or hairlines.
Size: height- 3 3/4 inches.
This rarely found vintage, retired Lladro is called Boy Jewelry Dish. It is #4714 and was produced 1970-1978, sculpted by Salvador Furio. It is 7" high, 6-3/4" wide at the base. This piece is especially rare, because it is bisque or unglazed porcelain, which renders the colors softer than they appear in the more common glazed version. This Lladro was purchased in Spain in the early 1970's and brought back to the U.S., which may account for the rare bisque finish...
Antique English poured wax doll 12.5" Victorian clothes & hat.
This utterly charming doll has blonde hair and is in a typical Victorian dress with a pretty woven summer hat.
She has beautiful blue eyes.
She is circa 1900. She has a hardy wax face and her lips have a tint of rose pink to them. She has
a hand stitched body and is stuffed with straw. She wears the original Victorian dress;
pale pink day dress with detailed lace trim...
19th Century German Porcelain Doll Blonde Curled hair 11.5" 1064 #0
Female German doll with superb blonde sculpted hair with straw stuffed cloth body and paper Mache legs. her arms are porcelain. She has a pale bisque shoulder head with shaped face. Beautiful blonde sculpted hair arranged with elegant rolled curls at the sides and behind her head. This doll has pretty blue painted eyes with black upper eyeliner, Single-stroke brows and accented nostrils...
sweetly hand-painted, her face has dark eyes, black single stroke lid-lines & brows,
rosy cheeks and smiling mouth. She is in traditional, original dress c1900.
She belonged to one of Norfolk's old families living in the same Hall for over one hundred years.
A 19th Century porcelain headed doll with open and shutting eyes, open mouth with three teeth,
the back of the head marked Germany with stamp.
This 8 inch tall doll has a German head. He is in traditional, original clothing. Unfortunately he has lost his feet. I am not sure of the make of this young man. circa the 1860-70s
He has some characters of a Kister china but also bears some resemblance to the Kestner porcelain dolls. In any case, he is a lovely example of an early male doll.
Late 19th century 6.5” porcelain doll in traditional dress.
This 6.5" China headed doll has black painted hair and a nicely painted face with single stroke eyebrows and eyelids.
She has Rosey cheeks and a pleasing smile. She has bisque lower arms and lower legs with painted on brown shoes.
She wears a long blue cotton dress lace trim.
She has bright Blue eyes and is in her traditional, original clothing.
She has a porcelain shoulder head with black painted hair arranged in centerpart with uniform finger curls around the head, she has painted bright blue eyes with red and black upper eyeliner, thick stroke black brows, accented eye corners and nostrils. She has a closed smiling mouth with rich rose colouredlips. Her clothes are finely detailed and she has richly painted facial features. She has black painted boots...
An exquisite and rare Ernst Grossman 14 inch bisque doll that was made for the French market...
A pair of white with gold-colored accents German boy and girl figures, possibly vases, with maker's marks and Germany in green. The number 6890 is empressed on each one on the back base. Both figures have a little professional repair to them, but overall they are in good condition. They are approx. 6-1/2" tall. Possible bisque or chalkware.
This is a wonderful little doll from the 1930s or earlier. She looks like she is either a hula girl or an American Indian girl. She is made of bisque that is painted a dark red and has movable arms and legs. Her outfit is made of leather – that is why I think she may be Native American. Her features are hand painted, including a headband. The doll has no maker’s mark that I can find. She is about 3 inches tall and in excellent condition, although the leather is quite stiff.
This endearing little angel carries a lantern and a trumpet and is in pristine condition, never having been damaged or repaired. The item was given to me when new and, in the last 16 years, has been displayed just a few times at Christmas. With no signs of age except small wear marks on the unpolished edges of the base, the angel stands about 3 3/4" tall and measures about 1 7/8" at her widest. A sticker near the bottom of her robe reads Hosanna Hosianna and the name M...