Dolls! Dolls! Cracked and weathered composition dolls, shabby 1920s boudoir dolls, haunted antique bisque dolls, eerily beautiful Asian Ball-Jointed dolls, lounging impishly in the Uncanny Valley. HAZE DOLLY: A tribute to weird and wonderful, artful and awful, adorable and spine-chilling dolls.
Vintage mask-style doll faces, from a curiosity shop in Amsterdam
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Broken vintage / antique celluloid doll face parts, with glass eyes, tongue piece, and “flirty eye” mechanism.
Photo credit: eBay seller ID “jodygnv”
Miniature antique French bisque doll heads manufactured by J. Verlingue - these would have been used for “mignonette” dolls.
Photo credit: ebay seller id “goldeneye”
A bright-eyed antique bisque doll shoulder head (by Kestner?) - made to be attached to a stuffed kid leather or canvas body.
A mid-19th century wax-over-papier-mache doll.
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