|These reproductions are typical of dolls found in European and American households in the early 1800's. Head, hands and feet are constructed of a durable composition clay. The primitive body is made of muslin. The entire doll has been treated to a stained and antiqued finish. Hands and feet are attached with ecru ribbon, the arms are unstuffed and attached to the dress separately. All clay parts on the doll are hand sculpted using no molds. This 18" doll is dressed in an antiqued muslin fabric with an ivory satin ribbon tied about her bust. Her hair is painted blond and styled with a cluster of magnolias and pearls atop her head. She also wears a faux pearl necklace and faux pearl dangling earrings. She also carries a removable bouquet of the lightest lavender flowers mixed with various mini foliage.