Ernst Heubach's porcelain factory was in Koppelsdorf, Germany, they made bisque doll heads on kid or composition bodies. Antique German Heubach 24 Inch Bisque Doll , With Neck Mark 275. All the joints work smoothly. These rosy-cheeked infants show remarkable facial expressions, whether pouting or smiling. No cracks, chips or hairlines. She is wearing a replacement human hair wig. In 1998, Schegel and Bickert formed The German Doll Co.
The default price is for the doll with the stand. Antique 5 All Bisque Gebruder Heubach Coquette German Character Doll. Most are figurals in the form of grapes, cars, fish, and frogs with one unusual frog climbing a ladder example. Another factory, Ernst Heubach, working in Koppelsdorf, Germany, also made porcelain and dolls. Also, please note that this list is limited to bisque commonly called porcelain dollmaking companies from approximately 1860 to 1930.
Pink-tinted bisque socket head, light-brown sculpted hair with details of little curls at the forehead and her sculpted ears, her hair drawn into two long braids which are interwoven at her nape, and highlighted by a glazed aqua-blue sculpted ribbon and bow, deeply-sculpted facial features, intaglio upper glancing eyes with pronounced black pupils and white eye dots, brush-stroked short brows, accented nostrils on rounded nose, closed mouth modeled as though open with broad generous smile, beaded upper and lower tiny teeth. No other damage I can see. Those old versions were too heavy to hang on Christmas trees so they were suspended from the ceiling and actually displayed all year round. This an adorable Heubach bebe mould 7246 with pouty expression. The cloth body is in nice shape. Stands and props are not included.
During this union, 1919-1932 dolls are often marked with Heubach Koppelsdorf. Ernst Heubach Oriental doll is mold 452. It is best known for bisque dolls and doll heads, the principal products. A good example of this can be seen in the. Dont miss this great opportunity to get this unique doll.
This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, Japan, Australia, China, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Hong Kong, Israel, New Zealand, Singapore, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Malaysia. Heubach's baby dolls came in other sizes too. I do not know what the H stands for, perhaps Heuback or Halbig, perhaps you know! Heubach dolls were manufactured by Ernst Heubach in his factory in Kooppelsdorf, Germany. In 1919 Heubach and merged and formed the United Porcelain Factory of Koppelsdorf Vereinigte Koppelsdorf Porzellanfabrik vorm Armand Marseille and Ernst Heubach. Dolls are included in the Doll category under Gebruder Heubach and Heubach. Straight pins have been added at the cuffs to make them fit better! Her fingers are spread and her molded Mary Jane shoes feature bows across the ankle straps. Perfect bisque head without chip, crack, hairline or restoration, closed mouth, original wig, original body in nice condition.
Most Heubach dolls had closed mouths, but some had open mouths with teeth. His clothing is sewn on; it does not appear to have been disturbed. Their heads are at interesting angles, as if turning to entertain you with antics. A trained eye is always the best way to choose antique dolls. A cute snub nose and the closed mouth! We pack all dolls to insure they arrive safely.
Both men and women collect piano babies. Baby Stewart has a repair and repaint on his left arm. We look for the latest heubach items at the very best internet shopping sites for great finds and selections. Painters of older pieces provided much more detail of brushwork. The body is wood and paper mache, the legs are straight standing body! Cloth body appears to have a repair to the front, the fabric is slightly different and the piece is stitched on top of the original body.
This item can be shipped worldwide. For fifty years the wooded countryside formed the border between the two Germanys, Sonneberg lying in the. In the beginning, Kestner produced wood and papier-mache dolls; then they made China porcelain dolls, and finally commonly called porcelain today. Her hair is blonde with long curls and short curly bangs. This is an antique doll that will have some wear and imperfections expected in an antique or vintage doll. This Figurine is a very large size at 12 inches long by about 7 inches high. These chubby figurines, once occupying places atop Victorian pianos, continue to enchant with their variety of poses.
Some enthusiasts limit themselves to just bisque infants, while others include figurines of young children in their collections. Availability: In Stock For this doll I am including the option to purchase the stand with the doll. Those of older figurines are smaller. Viewed from any direction, their molded clothing appears to fall in folds, as if real cloth. Nearly every doll from this company could be considered a — Heubach was not known for dolly-faced dolls. Perfectly marked in the back of her head: Heubach square 8050 Germany and green number or dot. Description of Heubach Doll for Sale Here is a stunning example of an antique Heubach Koppelsdorf 302 bisque head doll.