12 Object Results

1906 – 1910

Head is made of bisque, with brown mohair hair. Face has brown sleep eyes; open mouth with 4 teeth; ears are not pierced. The body is leather with bisque forearms. Doll is wearing pink flannel cape...

Head is bisque with a swivel-neck head and blonde short wool wig. Face has blue stationary eyes, closed mouth. Body is composition ball joint. Doll is wearing red and white cotton stripe skirt with...

D238 D
19th century

Quaker mantle in greenish gray wadded silk. Very large.

D238 G
19th century

Bonnet box from a Quaker owner. Tan and white box. Covered in wallpaper. Contains D238A-F

D238 A
Bonnet (hat)
19th century

Quaker bonnet, in greenish gray silk with white lining.

19th century

Gray shawl identified as Quaker shawl belonging to Rebecca Collins of Philadelphia (Mrs. Jonathon Knight). Shawl has green tint and 1 1/4 in. fringe on all sides. Two edges are selvage and two are ...

D238 C
19th century

Rose-biege silk shawl, made of trilled silk with 1/4" fringe. Possibly Quaker.

Shoes (footwear)
circa 1770 – 1800

Ladies Quaker silk crepe shoes in ivory. Strap across front. White wedge .5 inch heel. Striped ribbon banding in black and white on heel.

Lavender silk fan that has faded to tan. 15 plain ivory sticks. On the reverse is lavender moire.

Quaker cape of rose piege, lined with lighter tone. Circular with fine gathers over each shoulder

Head made of bisque with original blond, human hair wig. Face has closed/open mouth, stationary brown paperweight eyes, painted lashes on cheek, pained nostrils, applied pierced ears, cork pate. Bo...

Head is made of bisque with brown, mohair hair. Face features blue sleep eyes; open mouth with 4 teeth; ears not pierced. Body is made of leather with bisque forearms. Doll is wearing pink flannel ...

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