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Frozen Charlotte Damaged for altered art, doll or jewelry making

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Antique bisque doll from Germany. This beautiful ceramic doll was buried in a dump near a former factory site. Frozen charlotte comes from a cautionary tale. The story of Fair Charlotte is based on a poem by Seba Smith that was first published in The Rover, a Maine newspaper, on December 28, 1843 under the title A Corpse Going To A Ball. A version of Smith's poem was subsequently set to music, leading to the creation of the ballad.Since her return to daylight she has been cleaned a little and is ready to be part of your art. The style is 1850's Biedermeier. 1.5 inch tall.. These are damaged but very usable.Price is for 1 doll
The photo is a sample of the style. You will receive a doll that I select similar to the sample, but faces and the number of intact limbs vary. If you require any special combination of arms or legs please ask...there are NO Perfect dolls in this listing they all have various flaws.

Frozen Charlotte Damaged for altered art, doll or jewelry making

Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1800s
  • Material: ceramic
  • Feedback: 6682 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Iowa, United States
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