THE BEATRICE HOLT COLLECTION
Doll

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Collection Beatrice Holt Collection
Description Wooden Indian woman doll. She is standing with her right arm holding a vase on her hip and her left hand is resting on her hip. Her clothing is painted on and includes a red and black sari and a yellow, black, and red cropped top. The vase on her hip is marroon and orange with a scalloped design just below the neck. Other painted details include facial features, a bracelet, ears, and hair. The doll was constructed from at least seven separate pieces of wood. Her floor length skirt, torso, two arms, vase, head, and disk shaped bun are each separate pieces that have been attached to one another.

Written in yellow on the back of the doll's skirt: "RA/U/T/11" "2/40"
Dimensions H-6.5 inches
Category 9: Recreational Artifacts
Object ID 1982.0128
Object Name Doll
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Last modified on: December 12, 2013