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"All Hallows Eve"
Southern California Artist
Patricia Ann Rizzo

this is a set of 6 wooden nesting dolls. I painted them myself in fine artist's acrylics, varnished, sanded and waxed them to a fine sheen. You will not find them anywhere else...they are original, one of a kind creations.

The first doll is approx. 6"
It depicts some Halloween tricksters running into the Grim Reaper himself...as he relaxes against a headstone in the local cemetery. The night is charged with the unknown....ghosts swirl in the sky and a zombie begins to come up from his grave to haunt the land. This is a night to be home safe and sound!

The second doll is approx. 4 1/2"
this doll depicts the Count himself....Count Dracula. He's hungry, its Halloween....nothing more needs to be said! Turn him around and find two hungry wolves baying at the moon.

The third doll is approx. 3 1/2"
It depicts a pumpkin monster surrounded by his pumpkins. A scary bunch to be sure!

The fourth doll is approx. 2 1/2"
Here we have the standard Halloween witch getting ready for her All Hallows Eve flight around the city. She'll scare anyone she meets. She is surrounded by pumpkins, black cats and swirling autumn leaves.

The fifth doll is approx. 1 3/4"
the standard ghost all dressed in his best white sheet and ready to scare any children who come along. Beside him is his son barely 1" tall and eating a Halloween lollipop!

Any questions? Please contact me.

Nesting Dolls, Halloween - All Hallows Eve - by Patricia Ann Rizzo OOAK


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, acrylic paints, varnish
  • Only ships within United States.
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