A moulded plastic doll with moulded and painted facial features including blue plastic eyes. Brown mohair hair tied in a dark green ribbon and jointed arms. Forefinger of right hand is broken off and missing. This doll is wearing traditional Scottish costume. Wearing a long-sleeved white blouse with white lace trim at neck and cuffs, a black felt bodice and a red, green and navy tartan skirt. She is wearing over her right shoulder a tartan sash fastened with a silver-coloured circular button holding a yellow plastic gemstone. A white net petticoat trimmed with cream lace, and cream fabric pantaloons trimmed with cream lace. Black felt traditional Scottish dancing shoes which lace up, criss-cross fashion.
Donated to the Museum of Childhood by Mrs Jane Henderson in 1987.