I know this is NOT the Figurines Board, but am posting here in the hopes that someone may be able to help. I've posted in three other places with NO responses over the past month.
I am not a figurine collector but am oddly attracted to dolls and figurines with a German face...In fact, I consider them works of art. Grafenthal (figures in center & right) is a favorite.
I also love this style light wedgewood blue / white / gold figurine, pictured on the left. I have seen these gold wheat? markings on the thigh of many similar figurines.
Can anyone tell me anything about this style? This particular figurine has no markings that I can readily see, but does have a gold capital letter K on the inside of the rear rim. The underside is hollow and unglazed, like Grafenthal figurines. Any ideas? I do greatly appreciate your responses.
Mike is having his procedure tomorrow. Please send him all your positive thoughts, prayers, well wishes and hugs! I am thinking of you tonight my friend and will be sending out positive thoughts that tomorrow goes smoothly and you are on the mend! <3 <3
I recently purchased this beautiful doll from a seller who believed she was of German origin, but who had no further info on her. I just liked her face, so decided to buy her without any other knowledge. After looking at some other dolls on the web, I began to wonder if she might be French? She has a bisque head with the mark 1902 (or maybe 1907) with a number below I can't make out. Her body is also very unusual because it is partly wood or compo and partly kidskin (where her legs meet her torso so she can sit down). I also appears she might have had a crier at one point. She measures 22 inches tall. I would really appreciate any help you can give. Thanks so much!