Identifying a Porcelain Doll?

Identifying a Porcelain Doll - black doll with ecru lace dress and hat trimmed with brown ribbonI bought this doll in a charity shop at the start of the year, but still haven't been able to identify the doll maker. From what I've found her name is Natalie. She has marks on the back of her neck which I have made out as letters, but they could just be damage. I would greatly appreciate any help, thanks in advance.


Identifying a Porcelain Doll

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Normally doll manufactures will mark the dolls and they will add their names or even sign the dolls on the back of the neck, on their body or even on the bottom of the feet. From what I am seeing you have 2 letters etched into the back of the head on your doll. This could be a doll that was mass produced by a company that is no longer here or even a doll that was made to look like another doll and the doll was made in China. Dolls like this are so hard to identify because of so many company mass producing dolls in the past and still today. I know they have some hobby sites for doll collectors and you may need to join one of these sites and hope that a person on the site can help out. They have all types of collectors on sites like this and maybe one of them has this doll or one similar to help you.

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Hi. It looks like you asked about the same doll previously on our site here (Thrifty Fun) in February. I had asked for more info so I could help.


If you could please offer:

-- how tall she is?

-- how the body is formed soft (stuffed and if so with what) or hard (like porcelain, wood, etc.)?

--what the hair is made of--i.e. real human hair or mohair or synthetic?

I may be able to offer more info!

Hope to help. Thanks!

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