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Porcelain Victorian Children with Father Christmas

Porcelain Victorian Children with Father Christmas

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As featured in the November 2003 Doll Crafter magazine...One of a kind, original, hand-sculpted dolls by Mary Gukich of Mary Dallas Designs. Each doll has a porcelain head, breast plate, hands and boots with soft, poseable body. The children have mohair wigs with glass eyes and baby fine eyelashes, real fur trim on their wool coats and hand painted details on boots, hands and faces. Small details include covered buttons, silk ribbon, and embroidered mittens. Father Christmas has Tibetan Lamb hair, beard and mustache. Hand-made leather boots over his porcelain boots and belt with pseudo mother of pearl buckle. He too has glass eyes with baby fine eyelashes, real fur trim on his wool coat, embroidered mittens, and hand painted details on his hands and face. Although the clothes are NOT removable, all dolls have hand-made undergarments. Dog included.
Dimensions:
Father Christmas: Height 25", Weight 6lbs
Large Girl: Height 20", Weight 3.5lbs
Small Girl: Height 17", Weight 2.5lbs
Boy: Height 20", Weight 4lbs
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