• Bone Doll from Egypt

    Early Christian bone doll, hand-carved 1 piece flat, stylized .

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  • Stick Toy from Japan

    2 piece bamboo rod with wood finial and 2 paper banners. Bamboo spring with silk stylized monkey on bamboo cylinder. Red, green and white. Folk Toy. Marked 'Made In Japan'.

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  • Firework Bull (1 of 2)

    Bamboo frame for fireworks. Used at festivals. Painted papier Mache head. Yellow.

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  • Cradleboard

    Yellow cotton covering 19 wooden slats, bent wood frame painted yellow; red, white and blue beads sewn to edges; back has 3 dangling strings of beads. 1 has pink toy attached, others have bells. Mater…

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  • Wooden sleigh model

    Sawn, unfinished wood. Glued and tied together with string. Alaska.

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  • Paper Cat in Basket

    One piece molded and painted papier mache cat in basket. Painted red, white and green. In bamboo basket with 2 paper parasols and red and white silk cord. Decoration piece. Marked 'Japan'.

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  • Sioux Male Doll

    Buckskin doll with beaded features and beaded costume red, yellow, white, and black. Horsehair wig. Male Sioux Indian doll

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  • Japanese Paper Rabbit

    Painted rabbit figure. Mounted on wood base. Three designs on body of figure. Painted white, red, yellow.

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  • Maneki-Neko Cat

    Cat figure, painted white and red. Called 'Maneki-Neko' in Japanese. Used to set in store window to invite customers in and bring good luck.

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  • Bobbing Head Red Ox

    Red lacquered painted ox figurine. Has bobbing head, Suigu, Japan.

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  • Brass Container from Bengal

    Brass pierced crudely hinged lid with finial, small ridges at intervals at sides, knobbed end, geometric designs made to resemble basketry, made by Dhokra craftsmen in Bengal used by brides.

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  • Japanese Kokeshi Doll

    Kokeshi doll'. Lathe turned, 2 piece, natural blond finish. Painted features and red and green costume front. 'Naruko' by Shungi Sakuri.

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  • Yarn voodoo doll

    Voodoo doll, yellow yarn hair, bead eyes, black cloth tube-shaped stuffed body with beads sewn on; inside is raffia which protrudes from lower part; painted white marks.

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  • Banderillas

    Wooden handles decorated with fringed foil paper and crepe paper, metal tips. 3 pieces.

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  • Painted Bobbing Head Fox

    Painted white figure of a fox. Has bobbing head.

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  • Sioux Female Doll

    Female Sioux doll. Buckskin leather costume. Sioux, Native American.

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  • Stick-body voodoo doll

    Voodoo doll, acorn cap, gray and black yarn hair, skeletal facial features, stick body wrapped with yarn, strips of material and raffia; large red eyes.

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  • Female Spanish doll

    Doll, Spanish Female. Five pieces with painted features. Wears a yellow, red, white, green, orange and black striped flannel skirt, a lace white shawl and slip, straw sombrero and carries a bouquet of…

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  • Chicken on Wheels Toy

    Molded and painted hen figure. Red, white and yellow. Attached wooden wheels painted red, yellow and green.

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  • Santee Sioux Male Doll

    White leather doll with beaded features, green, pink, blue, and white fine bead work. Floral, stuffed body, horsehair wig. Male, Santee Sioux Indian doll. Colletcted by Henry Friedman.

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