Doll and accessories (49), plastic / cotton / silk / nylon / synthetic hair / leather / metal / paper / wood, various makers and places, owned by Joanne England, 1927-1950
Plastic female doll with various accessories comprised of several items of apparel and accoutrements, 49 pieces. The hard plastic doll has movable arms and legs, and the detached head includes synthetic fibre blonde hair, and synthetic fibre brown eyelashes. The doll is dressed in a 1920s style mauve and white spotted tunic with white lace trim, along with pale pink bloomers, a mop cap in the same material as the dress, white nylon socks, and white plastic lace-up shoes. Accompanying items of apparel include white cotton and bronze silk socks, a black silk cloche hat, a white plastic shoe, a white cotton shirt front, synthetic dressing gown, seersucker pyjamas, two short sleeved cotton dresses, and a cotton bonnet. Accoutrements include a metal and wood doll's travelling trunk with pull out draws and metal coat-hangers, four white dolls towels, and two rectanuglar cotton handtowels, a cotton towel bag, a plastic doll's comb and brush, crocheted drawstring bag, double card case with thirty-two inscribed calling cards, two pink paper card holders with accompanying handkerchief and scented sachets, a circular metal doll's pill box, metal powder bottle, and a doll's metal smoothing iron with a wooden handle.