Rare Antique Bisque Doll Am Ellar Asian Portrait Baby 13" Perfect. No Reserve For Sale
RARE ANTIQUE BISQUE DOLL AM ELLAR ASIAN PORTRAIT BABY
The Armand Marseille (A.M.) Factory was one of the largest doll establishments in the world, and produced bisque dolls in Sonneberg (Germany) circa 1900-1910.
Armand Marseille was born in 1856 in st Petersburg, RUSSIA, were his father was an architect. Around 1860 the family left Russia , roamed Europe for a time, and eventually settled in Thuringia in southern Germany, where in 1884 he bought a toy factory and later took possession of a porcelain factory too.
From 1900-1930 the AM was one of the biggest supliers of bisque doll heads in the world. The dolly-facewith socket head, among the typically mass produced, had rare variations in colourful change, following the fashion of interest, after the universal exhibition of PARIS, that took all the oriental and African countries , among Europeans.
13” CUTE Oriental character bisque dolls they are more rare and appreciated among today collectors.
HEAD: PERFECT antique bisque head that has no cracks chips or repair, neither restaurations . Light tested and in excellent condition. he has brown-dark chocolate glass sleep eyes, upper and lower painted eyelashes. Antique original black hh. wig. Head incised marked “ Armand Marseille AM ELLAR GERMANY 2K”
BODY: PERFECT antique composition body. Hands with perfect fingers all in good condition. Cute desireable cabinet size, and retains original patina.
CLOTHES: he wears simple style oriental 2 pieces kimono, a bit worn due to age. No shoes.
Extraordinary doll with carism and presence that enhances any collection.
PAYPAL accepted. LAYAWAY accepted
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