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Early 18th Century English Wooden Doll, Original Costume, 1739 Dated Coin Pocket…

Early 18th Century English Wooden Doll, Original Costume, 1739 Dated Coin Pocket…

This 'Queen Anne' doll was made by an anonymous craftsman, probably in London.  Production Date: c. 1770 ID no: 46.13/1

This 'Queen Anne' doll was made by an anonymous craftsman, probably in London. Production Date: c. 1770 ID no: 46.13/1

Doll wearing pocket, mid-1700s. It has a lace cap. Under its grand gown of silk brocade woven with elaborate flowers it wears a cream quilted petticoat, a red scrim petticoat, a linen under-garment and a pocket.

Doll wearing pocket, mid-1700s. It has a lace cap. Under its grand gown of silk brocade woven with elaborate flowers it wears a cream quilted petticoat, a red scrim petticoat, a linen under-garment and a pocket.

One-piece carved wooden head and torso with heart-shaped face,elongated throat,and modeled bosom,chip-carved details of short curly hair with stippling details around the forehead and behind the sculpted ears,painted facial features,brown eyes,black upper eyeliner,single-stroke brows,accented nostrils,closed mouth with impish smile,dowel-jointing at shoulders,elbows,hips and knees,shapely legs,painted pink slippers with green edging. Condition: generally excellent. Comments…

One-piece carved wooden head and torso with heart-shaped face,elongated throat,and modeled bosom,chip-carved details of short curly hair with stippling details around the forehead and behind the sculpted ears,painted facial features,brown eyes,black upper eyeliner,single-stroke brows,accented nostrils,closed mouth with impish smile,dowel-jointing at shoulders,elbows,hips and knees,shapely legs,painted pink slippers with green edging. Condition: generally excellent. Comments…

'The Queen of Denmark' doll: c.1760. Wearing a sack dress with matching petticoat of pink and yellow figured Spitalfields silk and pink silk stays. Believed to have been given by an English princess to Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Sampson, Chaplain of the Royal Hospital at Chelsea.

'The Queen of Denmark' doll: c.1760. Wearing a sack dress with matching petticoat of pink and yellow figured Spitalfields silk and pink silk stays. Believed to have been given by an English princess to Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Sampson, Chaplain of the Royal Hospital at Chelsea.

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