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Vintage Grandma Grandpa Porcelain Dolls with Bench William Wallace 34 inch

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Seller:cindylbees✉️(881)100%, Location:Tellico Plains, Tennessee, Ships to: Worldwide, Item:253223468017Vintage Grandma Grandpa Porcelain Dolls with Bench William Wallace 34 inch. Vintage Grandma and Grandpa porcelain dolls with a double seat bench.Marked William Wallace.Collectible pair, funny country or farmhouse decor.Heads, hands and feet are porcelain.Clothing can be changed.Good condition. All shoes have some chips on the bottoms.Dolls measure 34" high.Bench measures-19" high, 21" wide, 13" deep. Sold as is. Please note~ Please look at the photos carefully as they are an important part of my description. I strive to describe all of my items as accurately and honestly as possible however as all items are pre-owned and vintage in nature, minor scratches and wear is possible. Items and colors may also look a bit different due to different monitor's colors and width.Condition:Used, Condition:Estate sale find-chips on the shoes., All returns accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted, Doll Size:34in., Features:Vintage, Brand/Artist:William Wallace, Doll Gender:Old Couple

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Porcelain-white skin, lips tinted rose, eyes painted with exquisite detail. What would her hair look like? Long blonde locks that brush her ankles, two auburn-colored braids that playfully hang down from each side of her ball cap, or raven-black ringlets that delicately frame her face – I could only guess. Most outfits were fancy gowns trimmed with lace, but another was a softball uniform, and one was a beautiful red sweater with plaid skirt that included ice skates as an accessory.

When I was a young girl, I remember running down Grandma and Grandpa’s stairs at Christmas time to the Christmas tree they had decorated so nicely. I’d gently search through the gifts until I found the one with my name on it. Every year the box was roughly the same shape and size, and I always knew what would be carefully wrapped up inside – and yet the excitement never waned.

When the time came for presents to be opened, my parents, brothers, aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents would gather in a circle to read the Bible. As a child, it was so hard to sit still for the reading, so as soon as the scripture reading was finished, the kids would jump up and hand out presents to their grateful recipients. Everyone got one present from Grandma and Grandpa – simple and sweet.

Logs crackled in the fireplace, cheeks were pink from the heat of the fire, the murmur of relatives chatting could be heard, and the smell of delicious holiday food filled the room. All of this was drowned out as I started to unwrap my gift. The tag with my name on it was always written in my Grandma’s beautiful handwriting, and the rectangular boxes were expertly wrapped. I’d take my time unwrapping my gift, as I knew the suspense would only last a moment. After I removed the top of the box, I gently unfolded the tissue paper that protected my gift, and there she was – my new porcelain doll. For many years my grandmother picked out a new porcelain doll to give me for Christmas. Each and every one was special to me.

All throughout my childhood my dolls were displayed on my dressers, shelves, and any other open spaces I had in my room. I spent hours playing with them and combing their hair (which I found out later was not a great idea – doll hair is not like human hair). I still have my dolls, and now my daughter enjoys playing with them and taking care of them.

Grandma always loved dolls, and I was not the only one she bought porcelain dolls for. She also bought them for the other girls in the family, and for herself. She once told me that when she was a little girl, her family didn’t have much money, but she remembered getting a doll when she was young – a treasured possession. I often wonder if this was why she continued to collect dolls.

A few days ago, my great-uncle sent me a document that had been written by my great-grandfather (my grandma’s father) in 1977. In this document, Great-Grandpa reminisced of Christmas’ past, and I found a special mention of my grandmother (Connie) inside of it.

Christmas was better as our children came and gave us incentive for celebrating. Connie started Sunday school and the first year at Christmas program I remember her little poem, yet- so, it goes:

‘Presents large and presents small
But this is the best gift of all (she held up her doll).’

~Roy Falk

Reading this brought back the memory of my Christmas porcelain dolls – a Christmas memory that is still one of my favorites. I like to imagine the magic my grandmother must have felt when she opened up the doll she was given at Christmas when she was young. Was it the same kind of magic she gave to me each and every Christmas when I was a child? I’d like to think so.

To my readers: I hope you had a very Merry Christmas. A Christmas that was filled with tradition, loved ones, and fond memories. Do you have any special Christmas memories? I would love to read about them if you would be so kind as to share them in the comment section below.

Wishing you a Happy New Year!

`Erin

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Vintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JR


Vintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JR
Vintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JR
Vintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JR
Vintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JR
Vintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JR
Vintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JR
Vintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JR
Vintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JR

Vintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JRVintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JR

This is a vintage old man and woman, Grandma and Grandpa doll, made by William Wallace Jr. The head, arms, legs and feet are all porcelain and the rest of the bodys are cloth. Grandma has built-in, life-like chest area. Both dolls are in very good shape with fine detail on the hands.

The only defect on Grandpa are that the bottom of one boot is chipped. It can be repaired very easily with a dab of paint. Grandma is in perfect shape. Included is the bench they sit on.

All items come from a clean, smoke-free home. Feel free to ask any questions and have a great day! The item "Vintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JR" is in sale since Sunday, March 17, 2019. This item is in the category "Dolls & Bears\Dolls\By Material\Porcelain\Contemporary (1980-Now)\Other Contemp.

The seller is "luckyladymercedes" and is located in Avon, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States.

  1. Custom Bundle: No
  2. Material: Porcelain
  3. Doll Size: 34 inches tall
  4. Features: Handmade
  5. MPN: Does not Apply
  6. Ethnicity: Caucasian
  7. Brand: Molded by William Wallace Jr
  8. Brand/Artist: William Wallace Jr
  9. Doll Gender: Male and Female

Vintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JRVintage Grandma and Grandpa Dolls Handmade Couple William Wallace JR
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