circa 1970 - circa 1989
Plastic doll, fabric and nylon
280 mm (height)Order this image
National Trust Museum of Childhood (Accredited Museum)
This object is a dressed baby doll made of squashy plastic (possibly 1970s or 1980s). She has a plastic head with moulded and painted facial features. She has eyes that close, a hole in her mouth for a dummy and blond nylon rooted hair. Her body and limbs are plastic, the arms are jointed at the shoulders and the legs are jointed at the hips. She is wearing a hooded white cape of knitted fabric with a small-hole pattern. There is pink and white braid round the hood and along the hem of the garment. There is a tie at the neck which has pompoms on the ends. Beneath this there is a pink long-sleeved top trimmed with white braid and white leggings.
Donated to the Museum of Childhood by Miss K Hall in 1991
Marks and inscriptions
Back of the head: W1.25/118