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    Posted 9 years ago

    Curineia
    (1 item)

    Okay...found this doll at Goodwill and I can't find a pic of it. So I have no idea what this little man is or where from...any help would greatly be appreciated. Thanks in advance...
    Curineia
    vhonevideo@gmail.com

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 9 years ago
      Hi your doll is one that was made in a ceramic class by the first owner . It was a big craze from 70-90's .Since many could not afford a real antique doll they choose to be creative and make their own. The classes provided molds and help . It is a newer doll not antique but they take a lot of work to do and it was not cheap to make these . The face paint along with body are clear it was made by a unknown maker . They are supposed to initial and date back of head but sometimes didn't . He is a glazed porcelain doll.Thanks for choosing CW to look at your doll . The photo's could have been a bit larger but I could see painting well enough to determine homemade . Very cute . Oh these dolls were strung together with elastic to keep doll together , That loop your showing also shows newer elastic . The crack really dimishes the little value these dolls have in today's market but if you love him find some clothes and display him :-)
    2. Curineia, 9 years ago
      Yay!!! Thank you so much!! :)
    3. Manikin Manikin, 9 years ago
      Your welcome :-)

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