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Posted 4 years ago

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I don't know much about this doll, except I found it in our attic in a box. There was a note from my father stating that the doll is wearing authentic silk

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  1. nationalcostumedolls.com nationalcostumedolls.com, 4 years ago
    The label says it all doesn't it?
  2. Constance, 4 years ago
    My father brought back some of these dolls. He was in Viet Nam and Korea. Was your father in the military?
  3. Mahjong, 4 years ago
    This is Japanese doll since she wears her traditional Kimono. If Viet Namese doll she will have a traditional Ao Dai. This doll may be made in VietNam and your father bought her when he was there.
  4. karljapz karljapz, 3 years ago
    wow she beautiful
  5. Nostalgia Nostalgia, 2 years ago
    What fun it must have been to discover this in the attic! Yes, as Mahjong stated, this is a Japanese doll. With the English attached information, and the quality of the features, and the quality of the silk, I can say with some confidence that it was made for the souvenir market aimed at visitors to Japan. It wouldn't have been very expensive when new.

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