Mini Vase Planter Occupied Japan Doll Figurine Cigarette Or Toothpick Holder Dutch Woman 1940s Oddity
This is a sweet vintage collectible figurine or doll of a Dutch woman.
I'm quite certain this was made to hold cigarettes or perhaps toothpicks.
But, I think that it would make a delightful miniature planter or perhaps a holder for your makeup brushes in the vanity.
Stamped on the bottom it reads Made In Occupied Japan plus someone took a marker and wrote the date of 1945 and a name of the previous owner. Lefty, Ann Crisler.
This is a " Dime Store" type of porcelain and the hand painting is rather crude but she still has a lot of vintage charm.
Her dress has a yellow skirt and orange bodice. Her blouse is blue and her hat is blue and white.
The holder next to her has a windmill and rustic house painted on the front.
I did not find any chips or cracks.
Height approximately 5"
Width about 3 3/4"
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