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If You Think Dolls Are Creepy Now, Just Wait Til You See Their Origins...

If You Think Dolls Are Creepy Now, Just Wait Til You See Their Origins...

These delightful handcarved 'Queen Anne' style wooden dolls are made by DAVID CHAPMAN & PAUL ROBINS. More photos Here! I adore their simplicity, their painted faces, and of course their century clothing!!! Truly delightful...

Lady Clapham doll, fully dressed  England  1690s  Wooden doll dressed in muslin, silk, cotton and lace  Museum no. T.846-1974

Lady Clapham doll, fully dressed England 1690s Wooden doll dressed in muslin, silk, cotton and lace Museum no. T.846-1974

French Art Deco Cocktail Display Cabinet by Jacques Lumbroso Circa 1930's

Art Deco Cocktail Display Cabinet by Jacques Lumbroso

The Doll Peddler. Bob used his Martha Washington mold to create a different interpretation for the instructor's Showcase at the D.A.G. convention in Chicago

The Doll Peddler. Bob used his Martha Washington mold to create a different interpretation for the instructor's Showcase at the D.A.G. convention in Chicago

English. 1740-1750. Wood, with gesso, paint, & varnish. Dressed in children's clothing, represents a teenaged girl.

Doll

English. 1740-1750. Wood, with gesso, paint, & varnish. Dressed in children's clothing, represents a teenaged girl.

Fashion Doll, English. 1750-1760. Carved & jointed wood, gesso and painted, glass, human hair. Cap. Silk Sacque. T.90 to V-1980

Fashion doll with accessories

Fashion Doll, English. 1750-1760. Carved & jointed wood, gesso and painted, glass, human hair. Cap. Silk Sacque. T.90 to V-1980

Victoria and Albert Museum - Lady Clapham in her under-petticoat, with pocket tied around her waist, England, 1690s

Victoria and Albert Museum - Lady Clapham in her under-petticoat, with pocket tied around her waist, England, 1690s

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