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The dolls and doll parts were manufactured in Lauscha about 1830-1900.
The porcelain factory in Lauscha is a typical Thuringian Forest factories. Their history goes into the end of the 18th century back. Two Lauscha Greiner, the enterprising glass and porcelain painters, Johann Nicolaus Greiner (1753-1826) and the net worth of glass and glass expert Johann Friedrich Greiner (1784-1820) dealt before 1783 with the establishment of a porcelain factory in Lauscha, the stronghold of the Thuringian glassmaking.

At the time many porcelain factories were built in Thuringia because of the substantial timber reserves. And thus were produced in large quantities different things such as porcelain dolls.

The parts were processed in domestic work or painted. The many dolls that were not painted or tainted with errors, was buried in the surrounding woods. There were no landfills.

Well, and now we are looking to find these things. Today it is a real rarity. And only may have some part of it . Maybe it's you?


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A N T I Q U E Porzelain Doll Body Parts 1860 // Germany - Set Of 5

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: biscuit porcelain antique
  • Ships worldwide from Germany
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