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National Trust Museum of Childhood (Accredited Museum)
A plastic costume doll dressed as a female Spanish Flamenco dancer. She has moulded and painted facial details and black artificial hair which has a red plastic comb and a nylon pink flower decorating it. She has fixed plastic arms and legs with one arm positioned on her hip and the other raised as if holding a pair of castanets (now missing). She wears a red nylon dress with a satin textured surface which is short sleeved and trimmed with black braiding. The skirt has layers of frills also trimmed in black. She has black painted feet and a circular metal stand is attached to them. She has red stain textured (nylon) drawers. Printed on a gold-coloured label sewn in to her skirt is 'Marin Chilana Espana'.
Donated to the Museum of Childhood by Miss K Hall in 1991