Name: Green-eyed Beauty
Made by and When: Unknown manufacturer, circa 1960s
Material: All heavyweight-vinyl with the usual five points of articulation (head, shoulders, upper legs)
Height: 19 inches
Hair, Eyes, Mouth: Dark brown waist-length and thickly rooted hair, bright green sleep eyes have attached molded black upper eyelashes with three painted eyelashes in the outer corner of each eye, smiling mouth.
Clothes: Nicely redressed in a homemade red and white striped dress with matching off-white crocheted trimmed panties. The dress has off-white lace at the collar and sleeves and a red ribbon sash that ties in the back. Off-white lace-trimmed satin slippers with red ribbon ties complete the outfit.
Other: This lovely green-eyed, chubby-cheeked doll is made of the same quality as 1960s to 1970s Madame Alexander Leslie and other high-end dolls. Green eyes with this complexion were rare for the era in which this doll was made.
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