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Posted 4 years ago

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I traded these with a friend the box says Wheeling IL Aug 1981
I don't know much about them but would love to learn more.

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  1. Lisa, 4 years ago
    These are from the Four Makata Bisque dolls, 3rd edition all made in Japan
    The Maidens of Shiki Ori Ori
    Maiden of Winter made in Japan "Snowflake" 98/7500
    Maiden of Spring "Cherry Blossom" 2269/7500
    Maiden of Fall "Maple Leaf" 1135/7500
    Maiden of Summer "Peony" 1471/7500
  2. Troy, 4 years ago
    I just found one at a Goodwill in GA. it was 4.94, it was broken at the bottem at some point and reglued together...anyway I love it looks like I need the other 3 to complete the collection.... ahh well it's still a very beautiful statue'te
  3. iamken iamken, 3 years ago
    Great Hakata Ninyo
  4. Bill Long, 3 years ago
    i too bought these ,minus the cherry blossom ,in wilmette il ,not far from wheeling il.i was in minot north dakota and i talked to a Japanese Lady who said they were worth around 900.00 i did not realize there was a fourth one ,so i am wondering if she means apiece as she knew where they were made and the history of them,she also mentioned hakido or hakado,i may have the name wrong ,however there was also a small doll that went with the 3 large ones, it appears to be from same company very similar but printed, hamilton collection,Nara, Mother and Child,first era honored.bill in sidney mt
  5. MIKE JOHNSON, 3 years ago
    THE 4 BISQUE DOLLS ARE MADE IN JAPAN IN 1980. THEY ARE MADE OF RED BRICK CLAY, AND HAND PAINTED. THEY ARE A LIMITED EDITION OF 7,500. SIGNED AND HAND NUMBERED.
  6. MIKE JOHNSON, 3 years ago
    ALSO, THE PRICE OF THE DOLLS WERE $80.00 EA. IN 1980. THE VALUE NOW DEPENDS ON THE CONDITION OF EACH DOLL. THEY WERE FIRST OFFERED BY THE HAMILTON CO. IN 1980, IN THE US.
  7. Jeff1960, 2 years ago
    Wondering about the value of these dolls. I have all 4 from my mother who recently passed. She said they were worth something but I don't know much about them
  8. Pickering, 2 years ago
    I need the value of these dolls. I received them from my mother, but the base of two of them were damaged in shipping.
  9. Manikin Manikin, 2 years ago
    A first edition that sold
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&_trksid=p4340.l2557&item=160600738819&nma=true&rt=nc&si=C%252FmDifnwFWI4PvZC%252FluyqQQAh5w%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc#ht_658wt_1139
  10. kristinoaklandpark, 2 years ago
    I think its actually Hakata

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