Plaster doll, sawdust, silk, ribbon, lace and artificial flowers
134 mm (height)
National Trust Museum of Childhood (Accredited Museum)
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A doll with a head, upper body and arms made of plaster, with painted facial features and hair. Her arms are jointed. Her lilac silk dress has a solid circular base and is padded with sawdust, possibly to be used as a pincushion. She has grey lace around the sides of the skirt, which is coming loose, and many-coloured artificial flowers around the waist, with a large pink velvet bow at the back.
Donated to the Museum of Childhood by Mr and Mrs R. Dyson in May 1976.