First to be available for purchase is this lovely 36" Fairchildren Doll, made by Helen Pringle. This doll is shown sitting in an antique child-sized chair. Chair is not included. I purchased this doll a couple of years ago, and have enjoyed her presence in my home very much. Helen's works have a lovely presence - evoking the feel of dolls made by 19th century doll makers like Izannah Walker. The head shape of this doll is a wonder!
This doll is named Sethany Fairchild, and was made in 1986 by Helen. She wears a dress made of antique fabric, and has a lovely bonnet that comes with her. She wears antique shoes, pantaloons and a petticoat. There are a couple of pinholes in the back of the dress, and a tear in the top of the back of the chemise. The doll came to me in this present condition.
You can see more images of this doll at this online album.
Please be sure to review all the pictures and ask any questions you have, as this doll is being sold as is with no returns. I do the best I can to describe items so that you are pleased.