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Introduction to Bisque and Porcelain Dolls
Bisque and Porcelain Dolls - An Introduction: Bisque dolls, commonly but incorrectly usually referred to as porcelain dolls, were an innovation in the late 1860s.
Kestner 171 German Bisque Doll - Doll Collecting - About.com
Kestner 171 German bisque doll, circa 1900. : vogue dolls german bisque porcelain teeth bisque doll madame alex.
10 Things You Should Inspect When Buying an Antique Bisque Doll
Before you purchase any antique bisque doll, you need to inspect the doll. If you are very new to antique doll collecting, you might not know what you should ...
Antique and Vintage Doll Collecting Terminology and Definitions
ALL-BISQUE: Doll, usually quite small (under 8") that is made entirely of bisque parts. Most all-bisque dolls are from the late 1800s and early 1900s, to about ...
All-Bisque Kewpie Doll - Doll Collecting - About.com
All-bisque Kewpie doll designed by Rose O'Neill. : antique doll collector vogue dolls madame alex vintage dolls vintage barbie.
Top Five French Antique Doll Brands - Doll Collecting - About.com
Before German dollmaking companies such as Armand Marseille and Simon and Halbig ruled the bisque dollmaking world in the late 1800s, French bisque ...
Top Five German Antique Doll Brands - Doll Collecting - About.com
In the beginning, Kestner produced wood and papier-mache dolls; then the made china (porcelain) dolls, and finally bisque dolls (commonly called porcelain ...
A Brief History of Antique Dolls, Part II - Doll Collecting - About.com
The china doll had her heyday between 1840 and 1880, before bisque dolls became preferred by children, although china dolls were still mass-produced as late ...
Great Site For Identifying Antique German Doll Marks - Doll Collecting
Sep 15, 2009 ... I've been spending some time identifying several antique doll collections ... has a listing of "visual" marks of antique bisque German dollmakers.
All-Bisque Dolls - Doll Collecting - About.com
Definition: Doll, usually quite small (under 8") that is made entirely of bisque parts . Most all-bisque dolls are from the late 1800s and early 1900s, to about 1930.