The doll is wearing a red dress with gold trim. She has a veil with pink trim and a red and gold band. There are coins attached to her bodice with blue beads. Her apron and slip are made of lace, along with the cuffs of her dress. Around her wrist, she has a blue bead and pink flower. Around her waist, there is a green band with a white and black line, and orange rectangles. There are red beads along the belt as well. The sleeves of the dress and the apron have a black band with green circles that are connected by orange. She has an orange band in her hair with white and yellow accents. Her apron also has two bows tied in the golden and red ribbon. The bottom of her skirt has diamond shapes made out of the golden thread, with silvery circles that have light blue beads in the middle. She is standing on a stand that was made in Chicago. She has one hand on her hip with a red bead in the place of a ring
This doll is in traditional native costume. It is included in a list that is said to be part of a collection of twelve dolls in traditional regional costume, and is a handmade souviner in Greece.
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Doll, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/11219. Accessed 10/19/21.