Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Doll: Made In Occupied Japan
This little 5 1/4" doll, is a 5 piece bisque. She is marked "Mada In Occupied Japan", the word "made" is misspelled on her back. This dates the doll between 1946-1955.
She is wearing a formed hat, and a lovely curl turns down her forehead. Her dress was a handmade one, and was a sign that someone loved her.
She cleaned up very nicely. I adore that little hat! Turned out she had stylish shoes with little socks, and not really big black boots. I crocheted the mint green dress for her, and added a black ribbon.
She looked quite French to me, so I named her "Mimi". Once again, she is loved.
Thanks for stopping in today! Smile On! Audrey