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ALL-BISQUE DOLLS:  Reproduction of an antique doll. Pictured antique doll and some information: About Antique; These Happifats all bisque immobile cuties with jointed arms were manufactured in Germany circa 1913-on. Both dolls measure 4" in height and are stamped with a "C" on their undersides and incised "C" on the back of their left legs. Their appealing character faces are humorously painted in a style reminiscent of googly eyed dolls. Their pink toned bisque sustains minimal imperfections, kiln debris, and irregularities common to the manufacturing process. The Happifat boy suffers a paint flake on his left back armhole opening, while the tips of some of both dolls' fingers have lightened. Their happy faces, pastel coloring, and chunky body detailing are sure to make you smile!

Happy Fat boy Doll 4"all bisque characterdoll, brown hair, brown eyes, two front teeth, jointed arms, green and brown suit, green shoes, and brown paints

ALL-BISQUE DOLLS: Happy Fat 4.75" (12.06cm).

PriceFrom $18.75
Excluding Sales Tax
See information regarding timeframes when out of stock.
  • Out of stock SFGW 3-6 weeks minimum from date of payment. Bisque parts are ready to paint after minimal sanding and polishing. Porcelain is fired to cone 6. NOTE: Seams are NOT removed before soft firing.

    Out of stock Bisque parts shipping is minimum 4-8 weeks from date of payment.

    Out of stock Painted stage requires minimum 6-12 weeks to complete from date of payment. Not assembled only painted.

    All dolls by modern artists and dolls of color are poured in French Bisque. Antique dolls are poured in Lady White porcelain. Additional color choices, of limited availability, can be purchased for an additional fee; Aztec Tan, French Chocolate and Brown Velvet. NOTE: Dolls are poured with parts as pictured. Additional costs for eye cutting and sizing, mouth and teeth, pierced ears. Choose these when ordering soft fired greenware, bisque or painted orders.

    Customer is responsible for any shipping, handling & insurance. Any breakage that occurs during shipping must be reported via email the day you receive the package along with a photo of the packaging and damaged item for insurance purposes.

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