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Uncle Sam Doll  Primitive Americana Folk Art

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It's not a patriotic summer holiday without Uncle Sam!
This PieCaKe Primitives dollie measures about 11 1/2"..he's made from painted and grunged muslin.
He has roving wool hair, hand painted eyes and lips, and a needle stitched nose.
Uncle Sam's body is completely hand painted. The stars on his jacket and hat are cut from an old song book page. He holds a little flag..
You can hang Uncle Sam on a Primitive cupboard door or peg rack..or maybe prop him on a table or shelf with some other patriotic goodies. He will be a wonderful addition to your Primitive Americana Folk Art doll collection!
ps Uncle Sam would look great with any of the other Americana dollies in my shop! Check them out!:o)

Be sure to see what else is in my Etsy shop! http://www.etsy.com/shop/piecakeprimitives

INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: I WILL BE HAPPY TO SHIP OUTSIDE THE US. I ship via the US Postal Service. First Class International seems to be the most cost effective way to ship overseas, but shipping time varies. PLEASE NOTE: Shipping quotes listed are for First Class International. Please convo me before purchasing if you want to upgrade to Priority Mail Shipping, and I will add the extra charge for you.

Uncle Sam Doll Primitive Americana Folk Art

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: muslin, polyfill, acrylic paints, roving wool, osnaburg, card stock, song book page, tinsel stem
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 182 reviews
  • Favorited by: 30 people