Small female doll with dark brown hair which is put up into two side buns with dark purple hat with orange ribbon. Hat and jacket are decorated with a cream colored Greek Key design along the edges. The hat has a brown/bronze color tie coming down around the chin as well as a separate piece coming down to the chest and connected to a plastic flat bead. The under part of the dress, is a cream color with green and light orange embroiderment on the sleeve and light orange and blue embroiderment on the hem. She has a purple jacket that is short sleeved and goes down just past the knee. The jacket is closed at the waist by a bronze and orange belt. There is an orange apron on under the jacket that has a green curved line and a black/white leafy design and a blue lace trim. Her head is made of a soft plastic or plaster, arms made of plastic with an upper arm of string, and legs of tightly woven string. She is standing on a wooden platform.
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/10624. Accessed 01/27/22.