All-bisque & half-bisque dolls
Bisque and half-bisque dolls of all periods. It includes originals and reproductions, and describes the types - from miniature immobiles to "Kewpies," "candystore dolls," "infants," and "old stiff necks." Learn valuable information about the manufacture of these dolls, the companies who marketed them, and keys to building and maintaining an excellent collection.
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all-bisques appears arms and legs Author's collection Baby black lid linings blond mohair wig blue bands boots Butler Brothers Bye-Lo china clay cloth collectors color comb marks complexion coating complexion tinting curls doll heads dress excellent eyelid lines eyes with high factory feet firing flat French front German dolls glossy greenware hairdo hands heels Heubach high pupils hip and shoulder holes inches tall infant intaglio Japanese Kestner Kewpie kiln little girl loops Louis Amberg lower painted lashes manufacturers master mold molded band molded hair nose dots one-strap slippers one-stroke brows original painted blue eyes pale pants Parian Parian Ware peach color pink porcelain precolored bisque previous doll production red lid lines ribbon Rose O'Neill rubber shoes shoulder jointed sleep eyes specimen stiff neck Strong collection swivel neck tiny torso trim unmarked upper and lower vertical ribbing white socks