Monday, April 14, 2008

Tina Fair

Tina Fair is a circa 1860s paper doll made by Degan, Estes & Co., Boston. This 4 ½-inch cut paper doll has five dresses and hats. Both the paper folder and costumes are hand-finished with watercolor.


Grand Life said...

Love your blog. I have no idea what my children will do with my 600 sets of vintage paper dolls-- but I have loved them. Growing up in the late 40's & early 50's they were a luxury but alas disposable. So I had to start re-collecting- it was wonderful.

Linda said...

600 sets! That is wonderful. I hope you'll join us in August, and continue to add to your impressive collection.