Item/Description: Schmid musical collectible porcelain Victorian/Turn-of-the-Century antique replica Bru-faced doll, beautifully costumed in a full-length crocheted-tatted lace gown with mauve & gold brocade, ribbon tassels and matching handbag-purse.
***Tune played is "What I Did for Love" - "A Chorus Line" theme song, and her sound tone is absolutely perfect & mellifluous!
***She retains all of her original neck and wrist hang tags, which read: “The magic in their faces is undeniable. Little works of art in our own likeness. All dressed up in the most romantic clothes to represent the best of all that was. Objects that freeze a moment and a place. And let you hold what was far away. Long ago.”
Age/Period: Vintage - 1982 (1980s)
Manufacturer/Identification/Markings: Hang tag reads “Schmid 1982 - Randolph, MA02368"
Material(s)/Format: Porcelain head, hands and feet; cloth body
Size/Measurements: 16 1/2"L
Condition: Music box mechanism is musically mellifluous and smoothly functioning! Porcelain parts are pristine, evincing no noted nicks, chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. Exterior clothing and accessories remain clean, with only noted minor condition factor being a teeny stain in the mauve slip hidden beneath her crocheted outer dress. Doll and all her clothing are odor-free!