Antique carved wooden doll with a tuck comb on the top of her head. These combs are often depicted in early silhouettes but not so common in wooden dolls. She has a subtle carved face that is hard to catch in a picture. She has a indented defined chin and eyes and two carved lines for her nose. She has slightly carved ears but her comb in well carved and quite a lot of detail. She has wonderful old wear and patina. She is all one piece of wood even though her head does look like it was set on there, (great carving). Here arms are rolled and go through her body. She has carved feet and her carved dress goes to the floor in the back to give her three point stability to stand. Her dress is later 1800's and I looks like it was made for her but isn't her original dress. Or it is quite possible that early on she didn't have a dress. She is 9" tall and circa 1820-30. She is a great early tuck comb wooden doll.