Small female doll with black hair in a bun and a red fez with a yellow tassel. Her skirt is wide and light pink with a panel of lace and gold embellishments near to the hem. Her bodice is red and made out of a silk-like fabric. It has a light blue lace trimmings. Her face appears to be made out of a harder plastic or plaster. Her body, hands, and legs are made out of plastic. Her legs are hollow and her upper arms are made out of wire. She wears white stockings and black shoes that are secured to her feet with a small pin.
Handmade souvenir from Greece, brough to America by George T. Anton. This individual doll is a part of a collection of twelve others, also in traditional regional costume.
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Doll, 1950 – 1970, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/10623. Accessed 06/27/22.