Here’s another photo of my doll, an 1890’s reproduction French Bebe doll, named Bru Jne. The doll has a porcelain head, shoulder plate, lower arms and lower legs. The body, made of vinyl, is stuffed with sawdust. I painted the face: eyelashes, brows, lips and cheeks with china paint before firing the head the 2nd time. The eyes are cemented in the head. I also sewed the dress, purse and hat. I found the wig, stockings and shoes at a ceramic show.
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