London, South Kensington
25 October 2005
1st World War British Pottery and American Composition dolls
Dorothy, a Staffordshire potteries doll with fixed dark eyes, hair wig and jointed body --18in. (46cm.) high; a Willow pottery shoulder-headed doll with paintd eyes, in buff silk --15in. (38cm.) high, a ceramic-headed baby doll with moulded curls, fixed blue eyes and open mouth wearing a robe --21in. (53cm.) high; another with open/closed mouth marked CETANDCO 66-7; a Fulper Pottery Co. for Horsman bisque-headed doll with fixed bright blue eyes and jointed body --20in. (51cm.) high; another Horsman doll with composition head modelled as a Campbell kid with original cloth body and clothes --11½in (29cm.) high; a Horsman Tynie baby, 1924, designed by Bernard Lipfert; and other dolls
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