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Who's a Clown? Raise Your Hand.

This unusual-looking Pierrot has larger than normal limbs. He's missing his skull cap. Not sure if this is how he originally came. Now that I think about it, he may not have had a cap originally so that one could be made to match his outfit. If this was originally a doll kit, it required the person to make a body and outfit. I acquired this Pierrot from Germany. He's marked, but I cannot read what it says. If anyone knows, please let me know.


  1. I love the caption you gave this one, very clever! When you receive dolls dismantled such as this one, do you ever put any of them together as a full doll again or do you prefer leaving them as you found them? I am curious!

  2. Thanks. I wish I could do that on every post, but the "clever" part of my brain seems to be in the "off" position most of time.

    No, I do not create a doll from the doll parts. I leave them as they are.


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