Female doll made of painted wood. The arms articulate at the shoulders and elbows, and the legs articulate at the hips and knees. The doll wears a brown floral skirt, with cream underskirt and a brown striped apron over the top. She also wears a long-sleeved green shirt with a red tartan shawl. The doll wears a tall conical blue hat, probably made of paper, covered with lace. She also has earrings.
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