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BONNET HEAD DOLLS: Porcelain reproduction of an antique doll. Pictured:  Original antique lady doll and used as a painting reference. Also referred to as Queen Louiseof Prussia with painted eyes.

GERMAN BISQUE _BLUE SCARF LADY_ MODEL 894, BY ALT, BECK AND GOTTSCHALK.,  Bisque shoulder head of plump-faced lady with sculpted flowing blonde curls beneath a sculpted blue draped shawl,cobalt blue glass inset eyes,painted eyeliner,lashes and brows,accented nostrils,closed mouth with accented lips,muslin stitch-jointed body,leather arms,antique costume. Condition: generally excellent,small left cheek rub.  Alt,Beck and Gottschalk,circa 1875.  Beautifully-sculpted model with fine detail of hair and shawl,glass eyes.


PriceFrom $4.00
Excluding Sales Tax
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  • Addl slip color choices, of limited availability, can be purchased for an addl fee $10; Aztec Tan, French Chocolate or Brown Velvet. Choose addl color in “Add a Note” box on cart page and an invoice will be sent to you.

    Eye cutting/Sizing:$20; Eyehole Starter:$2; Mouth opening only:$10; Mouth opening with teeth/tongue:$20; Pierced ears:$5; Glazed parts:$15. These extras can be added when ordering soft fired greenware, bisque or painted dolls.

    When ordering these use the "Add a Note" box on cart page to order these items and an invoice will be sent to you for these costs.

  • SFGW 3-6 weeks minimum from date of payment.  Porcelain is fired to cone 6. NOTE: Seams are NOT removed before soft firing.

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

    Painted 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. NOTE: Dolls are poured with parts as pictured.

    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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