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    Posted 2 years ago

    cipele
    (12 items)

    Hello, any doll experts can help me identifying those two dolls, please ?! The short one is made out of bisque, the taller seems to be some sort of resin. (?).
    I’m absolutely clueless about dolls. Any insight will be much appreciated!

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    1. MarmorealMaiden MarmorealMaiden, 2 years ago
      The the little bisque imp with the moulded hair was produced by the Hertwig factory, located in Katzhütte, Thuringen, Germany. The doll wearing the pink striped frock is made of composition, comprising sawdust, glue, et cetera, and is likely a Japanese-made piece.
    2. MarmorealMaiden MarmorealMaiden, 2 years ago
      * Thuringia, Germany
    3. cipele, 2 years ago
      Thank you for taking the time. The little one looks a lot like the Rose O’Neill Kewpie Bisque Dolls, right? I am thinking this guys might have “born” before the Kewpie? Do you know who “copied” who? ????
    4. MarmorealMaiden MarmorealMaiden, 2 years ago
      You are welcome, Cipele!

      No, this babe was, alongside the Hertwig flappers and other era-appropriate dollhouse characters, made circa 1920s; early Rose O'Neill Kewpie collectibles were fashioned in the 1910s. The little bisque doll does have similar cherubic features, though. You have a darling duo!
    5. Manikin Manikin, 2 years ago
      The composition doll was a from a child's sewing kit . The doll, some precut dress's and sewing notions . 1940s. https://br.pinterest.com/pin/694539573769846412/
    6. cipele, 2 years ago
      Thank you Manikin. This is great information!

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