London, South Kensington
25 October 2005
A carved wood-headed Door of Hope Amah doll
with carved bun and hands, dressed in blue cotton, carrying a child on her back in an embroidered holder --10¼in. (26cm.) high; and another child with painted hair and long black silk shads falling from the headdress at the nape and forehead, the cloth body and wood hands in original turquoise and magenta silk jacket and trousers --8in. (20cm.) high
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