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antiques price guide, antiques priceguide, textiles & clothing, , A Good Polychromed Wood Mannequin Head and Torso, 18th century, the female form with glass eyes and long blonde curled tresses, wearing antique stomacher.

antiques price guide, antiques priceguide, textiles & clothing, , A Good Polychromed Wood Mannequin Head and Torso, 18th century, the female form with glass eyes and long blonde curled tresses, wearing antique stomacher.

folk doll from The Old Pretenders -  The finest museum quality reproductions and restorations of 17th and 18th century English wooden dolls

folk doll from The Old Pretenders - The finest museum quality reproductions and restorations of 17th and 18th century English wooden dolls

Lady Teazle; Lady Sneerwell; Mrs Candour, The three dolls are dresed as characters from the play 'A School for Scandal' by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, which was first performed at Drury Lane Theatre in London on May 8th 1777.  England, Great Britain (probably, made), ca. 1930 (made) Materials and Techniques: Carved wood with sewn and decorated fabric.  Made by Hugh Hugo. V&A Search the Collections

Lady Teazle; Lady Sneerwell; Mrs Candour, The three dolls are dresed as characters from the play 'A School for Scandal' by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, which was first performed at Drury Lane Theatre in London on May 8th 1777. England, Great Britain (probably, made), ca. 1930 (made) Materials and Techniques: Carved wood with sewn and decorated fabric. Made by Hugh Hugo. V&A Search the Collections

Bustle period hats were very elaborate with feathers and trimming, flowers and ribbons. They were usually worn tilted up or placed on the front of the head.

Bustle period hats were very elaborate with feathers and trimming, flowers and ribbons. They were usually worn tilted up or placed on the front of the head.

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