65 cm tall (25.9 inches). This large, rare furga doll mamma elisabeth cod. 3760 from the kent family series ("la famiglia kent"), has a head and limbs of vinyl and a fabric torso, has large dark brown glass sleeping eyes, beautiful cupid-bow lips with a slightly opened mouth, has long, braided blond hair, real and drawn eyelashes and drawn eyebrows.
She is nicely dressed in a dark red dress with flowers and wears a beige apron with small flowers. In her hair she has a dark green velvet bow tied up.Mamma elisabeth wears beige boots with heels. The inside of the box is nicely worked out in the form of a dining room from the 1930s. She's never been out of the box. The box is no longer in fantastic condition. A little info about furga dolls. Luigi furga, a nobleman from canneto, italy, started his doll factory in 1872. Furga's first dolls were made with wax mask heads on a papier-mâché body, and moments later dolls were also made on fabric bodice. Later they imported biscuit heads from germany to put them on their dolls. Around world war i, furga built his own porcelain factory for the biscuit heads and all the bisque dolls called mignonettes.
Furga also made puppet heads out of pastello, a kind of composition. They also made dolls of pressed felt, composition, hard plastic and vinyl. Furga dolls are always of good quality.