"Millions of stuffed dolls have been made by people over the ages. The patina on your doll says it's been loved, played with and become dirty. The plaid outfit looks like a shirt from Howdy Doody era, circa 1940s-60s. I agree with your…"
Love your estimate...
I'm afraid I don't have anything real to offer you in the way of information, I've looked into some doll makers in the past for some other dolls people have shown, without there being a specific makers…"
"Go to Google and type in Judy Lee Jewelry and it will direct you to Ebay. The Judy Lee Jewelry will come up. You can also go to Ebay and search, you don't have to be a member only to sell or purchase an item."
There are no markings on the ornaments. Scratched one and it's silver color underneath. I believe they are pressed tin but who made them is any ones guess. I will do more research and perhaps put them on ebay.
"Hello Mr. Mike,
For the most part -if these were silver (and made in the last 150 years) they would absolutely be marked either "Sterling" or with a number pertaining to silver content - examples .830 - .900 or .925. Although small…"
"First I want to thank all for your replies. The ornaments are 1 1/2" in diameter, not attracted by a magnet, the stem/tiny balls are attracted by the magnet. They are not glass but metal, I don't believe they are aluminum or tin, perhaps…"
"It's fine Molly, I didn't take it as a stab against me in anyway, I see I should have elaborated a little more in my first post to make my intent clearer.
I write a lot more of my post in my head, sometimes entire discussions go unentered…"
"Oh, I agree that my examples aren't 'design' correct, I'm sorry I should have explained my post better. My photo supplied was more an example of mercury glass as baubles. As shown below some are matt, some gloss, some…"
"To me (from what I can tell from a picture),
Mike's ornaments are some sort of metal, as he described them as such, and as they show various levels of discoloration. In yours, they have the cap with the expanding piece that goes inside to…"
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