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Meet Elizabeth Petoskey. She was created in 1913. She is very charming and a one-of-a-kind gal. She has seen better days, but what do you expect from an almost 100-year-old leather doll? She is 8 3/4" long and 4" wide without the fringe, of which the fringe is missing from her left arm, and I believe she's missing some leather hair. She was machine sewn and feels stuffed with straw. The details on her were created with pyrography (burning). Ouch! She's enjoyed my home for several years, but is ready to move on to more adventurous experiences, preferably in a warmer climate than Indiana. I would be delighted to send her internationally, but please convo me first so that I can have actual shipping figured for you. Thanks so much for looking!

Antique Folk Art Leather Doll

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