{Wild Garden} German antique ceramic dolls Armand Marseille

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{Wild Garden} German antique ceramic dolls Armand Marseille

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{Product specifications} Age: the end of the eighteenth century ~ 1930 years Mark: Armand Marseille Queen 451 3 1/2 Size: 53cm Material: head ceramic (re-paint) body composite material (pulp wood) activities joints Eyes: live eyes (closed) Hair: mohair Clothing: Cotton Dress Hats Cotton Shirt Pants Socks Shoes About Armand Marseille Armand Marseille 1885-1950s Armand Marseille doll company is the 19th century, the core of the German toy manufacturing revolution in the 1990s. Armand Marseille acquired the Koppelsdorf Liebermann & Wegescher porcelain factory in Thuringia, Germany, in 1885, and began his empire of dolls. Commonly found doll mold 370 (head and shoulders) and 390 (socket head). Interestingly, they did not produce the doll's body, but instead bought from other doll manufacturers. bisque is an unglazed porcelain. The porcelain is made of clay and water and then fired at a temperature above 2300 ° F. After roasting, after applying the doll's features, the doll head is fired several times, the color application to create a more realistic skin color. Mohair refers to the coat of the Angolan goat, named after the Turkish language, meaning "the best hair". Origin / manufacturing method German manual

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