Emily Hart Dolls
Antique Reproduction Porcelain Dolls

K*R 115/A

U.S. $599.99 Sweet little boy ready for you to dress...

Emily Hart Presenting:

German reproduction toddler EXTREMELY RARE doll marked K*R 115/A, and commonly known as Phillip or Fanny, originally made by the Firm of Simon & Halbig for Kämmer and Reinhardt, introduced in 1910.

PLEASE NOTE: This is the only one of this head I have ever made. Most likely I will never have time to make another one, so this is a very unique opportunity to own this particular Emily Hart doll.

This head was engraved with signature in 2010 but finished painting in September of 2014

Little “Phillip” has been waiting to be dressed ever since…

Now, it is 2019 and I am nearly 74 years old… with over 200 dolls here partly made, or finished but waiting to be dressed, I realize I am just not going to be able to finish them all.

Someone will treasure this darling and maybe get him dressed up. I have done the hard part in finding 100% cotton socks and the most beautiful genuine leather lace-up boots for him.

I added 100% cotton underwear.

Poured in “Magnolia White” porcelain and with many layers of China paint meticulously applied and firings in between each layer. The skin tone is light with very rosy cheeks as is characteristic of the German dolls.

This head features:

Fine painting

Cobalt blue low lens hand blown glass paperweight eyes of fine quality.

The chubby 5-piece straight leg German style composition todler body is made by Seeley’s

Short baby style mohair wig features all over curls in dark blonde color

This doll is 18.5 inches from heel to top of head, ready for you to dress as a boy or maybe even a girl as this doll was found made both ways.