They are this pair of Frozen Charlotte dolls. Only one is dressed though.
Frozen Charlottes get their name from their one piece,unjointed bodies.
|They were made in occupied Japan.|
|This set of twins is 2 1/4" tall.|
They look quite different, but as you can see, they are made from the same mold,just painted differently. The naked one actually cleaned up pretty well. I haven't cleaned the other yet. I'm debating about her clothes. Should I wash her clothes?Should I remove the dress for something nicer,or leave it because it may be original?
You saw Mr. and Mrs. Mouse the other day,and the Pillsbury dolls yesterday. I got them all the same day of yard saling the other week.
I also got this nice 1/6 scale purple velvet couch, which is also a storage box,a rustic chair,(It's been fitted with a pin cushion pillow that's way to big for realism. I need to remove it.),a Boyd's duck,an adironack chair,a pair of rocking chair Christmas ornaments,the Pillsbury dolls,11 miniature plates,(for?),and what I guess is a coaster that is just like my grama's tray that matches her set of glasses,and a mystery Strawberry Shortcake doll,(Strawberry with a haircut,or Huckleberry pie?He's wearing a Happy Family Ryan shirt.),and next to the frozen Charlottes on the couch is a ceramic baby.
|10 of the plates were like this.|
|One was like this.|
|Angelic ceramic baby.|
See you Tomorrow for another doll.