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domenica 8 maggio 2011

RARE ROMEO CHARACTER BY LILLI BAITZ 1930 MUSEAL DOLL



ANTIQUE 1930 FELT BISQUE METAL DOLL

ROMEO CHILD CHARACTER MADE BY LILLI BAITZ


From my personal collection, an unusual child character doll, I think he can be a gnome or elf, with hard stuffed body on a wire frame, posable, with bisque or wax over composition sculptured head, feet are made of metal and covered with felt cloth. He wears his original outfit, a large mantel with hat with an applied felt heart where is written HAPAG (difficult to read…). The doll has black painted hair, red mouth and side glancing dark eyes hand painted in details, and shows a very sweet smiling facial expression. Lilli Baitz is well known to collectors for her lovely half doll busts, used once as tea cover or lamp or boudoir items, but also produced some different subjects dolls inspired by child stories! From my researches I found that this character was called Romeo, and some similar dolls are also shown on my Baitz book.
Museal piece, really a rare find for your collection, great friend to add to your Baitz half doll boudoir dolls!!!

Origin: this doll is made in Germany, he has been sculptured by the great artist Lilli Baitz in the early 1930. The head is marked with the number 851 impressed, as shown in photo.

Conditions: The character is in good shape, the only flow is a light chip on the nose, which can be easily restored, and some small pin holes or wear on the felt original outfit, as can be expected for an old doll.

Dimensions: size is approx 7 in (20 cm) high.
SOLD

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