Her patina is really wonderful. She is the type of Queen Anne Doll that I often refer to as Egg Head dolls, for obvious reasons. This style was more from the very late 1700's and into the early 1800's. I love these big dolls with the very simple looking faces. They have character all on their own.
I have made Jocelyn with all fully removable clothing and a few accessories.
Here is a list of all that comes with Jocelyn:
Cotton antique petticoat
Wool antique petticoat
Cotton stripe homespun skirt (this fabric is vintage but wonderful colours so I used it)
Pair of antique linen crewel pockets
Sewing roll made of antique early cottons
Antique needle point bag and sewing ball that I made her
Antique sampler apron with initials M B so perhaps her name should change to?? Mary Beth??
Antique chemise with tiny button closure.
Very early madder Caraco jacket
Necklace made of antique glass beads.
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