Heubach German porcelain doll. The head is badly cracked and taped together. The face is clear, but the doll’s eyes are loose and need to be reset. All parts are separate. The composition body is in need of repair. The doll has an open mouth with one tooth and pierced nostrils.
The doll is clothed in red cotton drawers with long legs and a knitted singlet, with a white lawn dress with lace tied together with ribbon. A crocheted bonnet is lined with silk.
Markings ‘Heubach’. Early 1900s
Ernst Heubach was a company in Köppelsdorf, Thuringia, Germany, that manufactured porcelain-headed bisque dolls from 1885 onwards.