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Lya de Putti

Lya de Putti, posing with her French cloth boudoir doll - 1931, the year she died.

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  1. Hi! Just came across your beautiful blog with its bounty of bodacious boudoir dolls (I am now a follower!). I have a few, but I mainly collect German bathing beauty figurines. They are related to boudoir dolls not only in time period, but also because they were doll-like items made for adult tastes. My blog is here, if you ever would like to visit: http://bawdybisques.blogspot.com/

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