Friday, July 31, 2009
Antique Doll Jewish Grandmother Found at Dachau
This great finely detailed antique doll was found at the German Jewish Internment Camp after WWII. It was purchased by Elmo Williams. Elmo was filming the movie The Vikings which had scenes filmed in several Countries. He visited Dachau where he purchased this Jewish Grandmother; while filming in Germany.
She has a hand-carved face that looks life like with a grandmother's crinkled eyes and smile lines etched into her loving face. Her hair is probably mohair which is covered with a lace cap. One of her hands is missing and there is a bit of wear and tear from living such a long and tragic life. She measures 44 inches tall. I would estimate that she dates back to the 1800's. I have to wonder what she could tell us about her journey to Dachau. Who did she come with and why did she survive?
Please contact me if you have any information that would help us know more about this treasure Elmo has managed to hold onto for so many years. My email is email@example.com.
The dress is pleated around the bottom and across the entire back.
The pictures show the wonderfully detailed garment with beaded roped bodice
Her bottom half is a wire frame shaped like a lampshade with a quilted cover as seen in the picture below.
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