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A Bloomin' Diamond in the Rough

As you can see by the auction photo, this boudoir doll, made by Charles Bloom, Inc., looked like a major restoration project. However, look at what adding a hat can do. The doll has been transformed. Not seen in the auction photo, but she did have bits of her original red hair. I just love the way this doll looks. Thanks, Sue, for sharing these photos and information. The doll is marked Chas. Bloom and dated 1925 - click on the information below.


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