Henriette has an Armand Marseille bisque head with a yak hair wig (see earlier dolls for information on yak hair wigs) and brown eyes. Wigs are still elaborate as we see with Henriette's wig in bouffant curls tumbling onto her shoulders. Her dress is copied from one in a Gainsborough painting of the period. Panniers had disappeared from the typical dress by this time (though they were still worn for very formal social occasions) as we see in Henriette's green moir and satin gown. Plain full-length fitted sleeves are also first introduced during this period. Skirts are closed, simply and unadorned, with their fullness increased at the...
Created by: Gray, Ruth Lewelling
Manufactured by: Armand Marseilles