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Doesn't she look so regal? And MUCH better with her head attached!

This dainty little treasure stands 6 inches tall and made of molded composite plastic. She has the most beautiful eyes and pudgy cheeks! .Her facial details are painted, as are her shoes. She looks like a friendly grandmother!

She has jointed arms and legs (elastic attachment) which allow some movement in her arms.

She has a stylish beehive up-do with a braid and sequins holding it up and a black bow on the back. Her hair is a bit mussed superficially, but is in great shape given her age!

She wears a pink tafetta dress with lace ruffles and gold trim in the style of a French Revolution ballgown. Underneath, she wears a crinoline petticoat and white tafetta pantaloons.

The dress is very wide and she actually stands on her own with it's support. She has a lace boddice which has a pink mark on it.

A relatively rare doll to come across, I am estimating her to be from the 1950s but I am not an expert. She is a beautiful display doll, but she is vintage and does have some wear. Please use the photos to see more details.**** see note below****

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There is NO spam at these sites and I have been assured by Etsy that it is fine to add a photo or video link, as long as my products are bought on Etsy.

Marie Antionette Vintage Composite Doll in Pink Satin, Lace and Sequin Ballgown, 1950 Collectable, French Revolution, Scarlett O'Hara Dress

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: composite molded plastic, tafetta, paint, lace, trim, crinoline, sequins
  • Ships worldwide from Maine, United States
  • Feedback: 39 reviews
  • Favorited by: 52 people