Baby doll


©1982 (manufactured)

Doulton Ceramic Factory

B.149-2000 MoC

bisque flange neck head and lower limbs with a stuffed calico body; jointed at the shoulders and hips painted facial features, blue eyes, pinkish red mouth and blond hair

The 'Firstborn' doll was one of the Heirloom Dolls created by Royal Doulton and the House of Nisbet in 1980, production ceased in 1985. The bisque parts were produced by Royal Doulton with the facial features hand painted with the bodies and clothing designed and made by the House of Nisbet.

Given by Royal Doulton

Location: In Storage

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