“No face” Plains indian woman doll – CROW (APSAROKE)

  • Reference: EDNA1077
  • Origin: Montana, USA.
  • Period: Circa 1900
  • Height: 22 cm
  • Materials: Deer skin, cotton cloth, blue wool trade cloth, horse hair, glass beads.
  • Price: 700€

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Description

This doll was made with “no face”, the purpose of which was traditionally to enable the one receiving the doll to visualize a familiar face. With the red color around the face, it probably represents a young girl.

This doll was not really a toy, but materialized a kind of affective relationship between an adult and a special child.


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