Antique / Vintage China Doll in Layers of Dress, 19th Century

This is an example of a product Elena has carried in her shop in the past. She adds new items regularly and focuses her shop is great fun to explore! Click on “Visit Saltwater Notions” to see what is current.

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This is such a sweet and fun old doll — “low-brow” china doll with a cloth body, and china legs. She wears several layers of clothing that I believe are from different eras — older linen flounced bloomers, and an older lace-edged linen petticoat, underneath a full dress made in a delightful and colorful rooster design print. Over the dress, she wears a pinafore of lace, with an Irish crochet lace bow. Fun! There’s a hallmark and some letters on her back, but I cannot make it out. She is probably German. She is 11.5″ in height. Some light smudges and marks on her face — only visible on close inspection. Her arms and legs look like bisque, and her shoes are glazed. The petticoat has some damage (see closeups). Other than that, there is just some overall age.

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Saltwater Notions is an online emporium filled with all sorts of antique and vintage treasures. With a central focus on goods connected to the history of textiles and fashion, the shop is stocked with everything from antique and vintage lace, ribbons, trims, buttons, beads, and other haberdashery goods, to antique clothing, accessories, linens, and jewelry. 19th century and early 20th century fashion magazines, historical needlework books, catalogs, illustrations, and other antiquarian ephemera are also among the shop’s specialties. Elena is a textile artist who fell in love with history.

Saltwater Notions

Online emporium of antique and vintage treasures including lace, ribbons, trims, buttons, beads, and other haberdashery goods.

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