Wednesday, February 8, 2017

More Penny Dolls

     I have found several more Penny Dolls.   It's been fun bringing color back to the little figures.


                       These little cuties all measure 3 3/4".  They are made of stone bisque.


    The little girl holding a puppy, leans a little to her right.  The sailor boy is now holding a letter, stamped and ready to be sent to his "sweetie".  The little girl on the other side, is dealing with a skirt that is being lifted by a cool summer breeze.

                                                     Then I found these little cuties, too!


   The one on the left is holding a rose.  The little sweetie in the middle is holding her dolly.  And, the one on the right is holding a book.   They are also 3 3/4" tall, and made of stone bisque.


   I think they cleaned up real sweet!    These dolls all date from 1920-1930.  They all have a mark that states they were "Made in Japan".   Restoring color to the little dolls is a satisfying process, and I can easily finish one or two in a days time.  I clean them, add color, and spray them with a protective satin poly.

         Thanks for stopping in today!!     Penny for your thoughts!  ; )        Smile On!    Audrey


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