"The Penny Wooden Doll" is what dolls in early America were called because of their hardwood body and pegged and jointed frame. These dolls were pedeled around early nineteenth century America, even though they were developed in Europe. This handmade treasure is by artist Nancy Castendyk and is signed and dated by the artist. This reproduction has tongue and groove joints, hand painted features, and clothing of the era. This one's name is "Dolly" and she has a bonnet and wicker lunch basket and a frilled, periwinkle dress covered with vines of hearts. Made in USA. Measures: 12 1/2 x 5 x 3 inches.
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