Japanese Geisha Doll Dated 1965 Perfect Condition 17
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Sold Date: 02/15/2011
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
This is one of two Japanese dolls that came to me from a Savannah Estate. And while I have no expertise in this area, I know that the larger 17" doll in the dark kimino ius an outstanding example. Her face hands and feet appear to be covered in silk. I'm guessing the kimino is a rayon. Exceptionally nice details on the hands and feet (that's hard to do). The black lacquered base is dated 1965. With the exception of the date, everything else is written in Japanese characters so I have no clue what all of that means. Her hair might be real.
She's perfect. No flaws and she's clean and nice - presenting herself beautifully. I don't need to get rich with her - I'd just like to move her along to a collector who'll enjoy adding her to a collection. I think she's very finely done. I'll ship free on a buy it now and to anyone who buys both dolls. I'll be listing the smaller one separately.
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