Marked on with a an odd eye shaped incised white mark at the base of her crown. I'd say she has the look of a Verlingue doll, but then again, her Steiner body throws me off. Circa 1915, the maker remains a mystery although the doll was likely inspired by the French artist doll movement of the post-WWI era which presented dolls such as those of Marque, Van Rozen, and Poulbot.Brown mohair wig with a side part. It's a nice, full wig with lots of curls. Dark, feathered brows and both upper and lower painted lashes. She also some somewhat "weathered" brows.
She has an open/closed mouth with a tiny white space between her lips. Her chin is shaped more to a point than typical bebe girls. There are a few hairlines to her fingers (see pics, not broken).
The left side has an org. She's wearing a fabulous and print floral dress that appears to be org.
To her and also has a matching hat. Both are in good condition.
Under her dress is an antique full slip, antique bloomers, and antique green stockings and French leather shoes that could also be org. She's a wonderful character and you won't find too many around. The item "Antique French Bisque MyStErY Character Child, Steiner Body" is in sale since Tuesday, June 8, 2021. This item is in the category "Dolls & Bears\Dolls\Antique (Pre-1930)\Bisque\French".The seller is "heathnerw0" and is located in Frenchtown, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.