French Bisque Smiling Gentleman Poupee with Wooden Body by Prevost-Huret

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18" (46 cm.) Bisque socket head with very elongated facial shape, painted blue eyes accentuated by thick upper black eyeliner, grey eyeshadow, painted lashes, fringed brows, accented nostrils and eye corners, rounded nose tip, closed mouth with upturned lip corners in smiling expression, defined space between the outlined lips, brunette mohair wig, French slender wooden body with swivel waist, jointing at shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips and knees, metal hands. Condition: generally excellent. Marks: Huret 66 Rue de la Boetie. (body). Comments: Prevost-Huret, circa 1915, in the illustrious lineage of Adelaide Huret, this model created during the era of the Renaissance of the French Doll. Value Points: very handsome gentleman with artistic painting, original body with original finish, wearing gentleman's antique evening wear.
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