Popje in compositie , 28 cm ca 1930 - 40.
Origineel gekleed in Hollandse klederdracht.
Gemodelleerd blond haar geschilderde mond en ogen.
Toestand als nieuw !
Houten paard met kar.
Goedbewaarde kleurrijke beschildering.
Afmeting : 35 cm x 15 cm x 19 cm H.
Past ook bij beertjes;
Geleed popje 6- delig uit Frankrijk, ongemerkt , jaren '50.
Kop , lijf , armen en benen in compositie.
Ogen zijwaarts blikkend.
Geschilderde gesloten mond.
Mooie volle originele pruik in bruin mohair.
Nieuwe passende kleding.
This three doll family, circa the 1030s-1940s, was manufactured in Hong Kong, by Michael Lee. As a refugee in Hong Kong, he manufactured dolls with composition heads, arms, and lower legs with jointed cloth bodies. He generously hired other Chinese refugees to create these dolls and thus provided them with an income so they could survive. Most of his profit from the dolls, he used to provide college funding for the children of his employees. These are truly “benefit” dolls and deserve and a revered place in our doll history. These three all original dolls are early examples of a 10 inch tall father “Di Di No. 1 ”and a 10 inch tall mother with a 7 inch tall bent limb child“ No. 8. "They are in excellent condition with painted facial features. The father also has molded painted black shoes while the mother also has black cloth braided pigtails. The mother and father both have paper labels attached to their chests identifying each as a "Michael Lee // Chinese Character // Doll // Michale // Made in Hong Kong." The baby is made to be carried on the back of the mother. The three make a wonderful family grouping.