A wonderful pair of PVC handpainted figures. You see Alice in conversation with a Knitting sheep. Faithful to the Tenniel illustration from Alice's adventures. The sheep figure is about 2" tall. These are hard to find figures made by the Furuta company is Japan. Wonderful pair.
This lovely hard plastic doll was dressed as an Eskimo and is a souvenir production of the 1950s. She in wonderful condition. Real fur and leather and nice trim. Her sleepy eyes no longer open automatically, but can be opened by hand. She is 8" tall
Alice when she's ten feet tall. Closely follows the original Tenniel drawing from Alice in Wonderland after the odd drink. This PVC figure was made by a company in Japan that produces outstanding miniature toys surprised boxed with candy. She will come with the inner bag and the inclosed paper. She is 2 1/2" tall.
This very handsome handcarved wood Kachina is signed by the Navajo carver. It is about 9" tall with the Mask on. The Badger mask can be taken off to show dancers face. It is newer in excellent condition with fur and feathers. A very attractive piece of Folk art. I believe the wood to be traditional cottonwood.