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M-296  Momo - Sakura Bisque Doll Head

The first bisque dolls that Japan ever made are called Sakura Bisque.  "Sakura" stands for cherry blossom, the national flower of Japan. 
The dolls were made by local porcelain manufacturing factories before major companies like Morimura started mass producing porcelain dolls by using doll head molds from Western countries. 
We named this doll "Momo," peach blossom that represents little Japanese girls.

Height:  10"(approx. 25cm)
Eye size:  16mm oval flat type paperweight eyes(dark brown)
Head Circle:  8" (approx. 20cm)
Body:  8"(20cm) 11-piece composition body

You can also use a baby composition body or a taller French type composition body (Rosette body)
to complete this doll. 

This doll was introduced on the February 2008 issue of Doll Crafter and Costuming Magazine.  The article is on Making Our Dolls Page. 

M-296 Momo, Sakura Bisque Doll head mold

Price:  $95.00
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