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Kathy Redmond Eleanor Roosevelt with Molded Bonnet #185-35 SOLD

Status: Sold
Description:
I have been told by an astutue customer that this doll is a portrait of Eleanor Roosevelt as a child. The doll was hand made by Kathy Redmond who is a nationally known American doll artists, has exhibited at 28 UFDC National Conventions and is famous for her children, historical figures and portrait dolls. Pictured is a young girl doll by Kathy Redmond who has an incredibly modeled face with molded blue bonnet edged in porcelain lace and a molded lacy blouse with a gold necklace on her breastplate. The work on this doll is beautifully executed. Her body is cloth with bisque head, hands and legs. Her high black and grey boots have gold buttons as can be seen in the photo. Her elaborate outfit consists of underclothes, a sweet lacy blue & black dress, and a velvet overcoat with attached capelet trimmed in white fur and also at the sleeves. She is a lovely young girl with a darling pouty face. 9 3/4". Signed in the back as shown with Kathy Redmond's logo. Beautiful & clean condition with no breaks or repairs. Kathy Redmond is listed in the major doll value books as an important American doll artist.


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