This appealing 14 1/2" bisque shoulder head doll was manufactured at the Fulper Pottery Company's porcelain factory in Flemington, NJ, from 1918-1922. She is incised "Fulper//S-8 1/2" on the back of her head. She comes on her original Louis Amberg composition and kidalene jointed body (needs cleaning) that retains a portion of its original tag on its torso. She is a pretty doll with brown multi-stroke brows, blue sleep glass eyes, delicately painted upper and lower lashes, blush, a nicely modeled nose, red dotted nostrils, and a red closed mouth. With her closed mouth, she is considered a "rarity" as most of the Fulper Pottery bisque head dolls were manufactured with open mouths and two upper teeth. She wears her cut brown mohair wig and pate "as found." The kidalene portion of her body remains fairly sturdy, though its composition arms will require sturdier stringing. Its composition hands are also cracked, its right hand is missing most of its fingers, and its right foot has lost composition along its sole. The doll's sleep eyes should perhaps also be gently adjusted to allow a more natural gaze. She wears her antique dress (severely shattered) and knit bonnet "as found." Harder to find, this Fulper Pottery doll may add interest to your bisque doll collection. She is particularly appealing as she was made in the USA.