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    Posted 16 days ago

    Sunchild818
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    I can not find any markings on her anywhere. Her clothing tag says Horsman, I have been looking at the site and can not find anything close to her. I would like to know how old she is etc. All bisque head, arms and legs, with cloth body.

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 15 days ago
      Your doll is a modern doll wearing a vintage Horseman dress . She is from the 1980s-90s In a doll making class by a hobbyist not factory made .. Someone put a old dress on her . Is back of her neck marked ? By person that made her ? . Many were made in doll making class form blank molds you would paint and the ceramic studio would fire the paint for you . Some of these type dolls were sold on home shopping shows ,magazines and doll shows . The person who painted and made your doll should have put their initials on back of her neck . They make nice decor dolls and were never intended to be toys.
    2. Manikin Manikin, 15 days ago
      The person that made her likely had this old dress that would fit her . You can soak the dress in oxiclean and lay flat to dry as it needs to be cleaned so preserve it :-) Don't wring it but roll in a towel to get out excess water . If you see a name or mark on back of neck let me know . I can't say if she is a reproduction of a antique doll or a modern artist sculpt
    3. Sunchild818, 15 days ago
      Manikin, she has no markings what so ever on her. I got her at an antique store and all the owner there said was something about Arizona? Not sure what he was talking about.
    4. Manikin Manikin, 14 days ago
      It is a made in a doll making class by a hobbyist not factory doll. They had many of these shops were you could paint a blank mold and but the bodies, wigs ect from owner of studio . Some people made the clothes but the person that had your doll preferred to have her in a vintage dress . It is not her's and she is not a Horseman doll. She was perhaps made by someone in Arizona or the family it came from was in AZ. I hope the antique shop did not sell as a antique or even vintage . Shame on them if they mislead you . I would say 1980s -90s . She will look cute on display and if you enjoy her that is all that matters really. Welcome to CW and come back again ! Be sure and clean dress it is darling and starting to deteriorate .
    5. Sunchild818, 14 days ago
      Manikin, her dress won't make it thru even a hand wash. It rips easily. I only paid 20.00 for her. Thank you for all your help.
    6. Manikin Manikin, 14 days ago
      She is cute and you like her that is all that matters :-) Enjoy her . Thanks for sharing her !

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