Meehan Antique Miniatures
The bisque baby shown above is in the large cradle shown recently in the bedroom of the Regency Dolls’ House – Circa 1820
Her clothes are molded on the body and have all the details of infant’s clothing. The cap on the baby’s head is outlined in a
dark pink with ties under the chin. Her blond hair is painted so that some is shown on her forehead. The limbs are not movable
but are interestingly placed with one arm down and the other are is held up near her head where her fingers are clinched.
Her facial features are well painted with such detail, the eyelids are lined, there is the red line painted over the eye, nicely lined
eyebrows, dots of red inside the nose and a perfectly painted mouth! I am wondering if anyone might identify the maker. Perhaps Kling???
I have placed an ivory rattle near her and an ivory teething ring. (There are more ivory rattles hanging on a large wall cabinet- to be viewed later).
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