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  1. Uniform With French Horn By Peter Wolf

    Crafted entirely of wood in the 18th century English style, our fine gentleman has oil-painted complexion and facial features including a mustache and tiny goatee. His enamel eyes are dot-edged in the classic style, and his periwig is arranged with rolled curls and a long braid. shoulders and hips are jointed and he wears a fine silk brocade waistcoat with twill lining , cuffs, and breastplate. Tall suede boots, tri-corner hat with fringe and a silver French horn complete his accessories. 14". Learn More
    $920.00

  2. Queen Anne Doll, by Peter Wolf

    One of the premiere contemporary German doll artists, Peter Wolf has long been known for sculpted dolls with a distinguishing 18th century feel and appearance, and his Queen Anne doll is a perfect representation of that reputation. The carved wood doll possesses hip jointed legs, distinctive wooden "spatula" hands, and hand made silk brocade gown produced entirely of antique fabrics. Foremost among the Queen Anne doll's vintage features, however, is the characteristic 18th century style oil painted facial features with "dot" highlighting of brows and lashes, bright cheek blush, hemp like wig, and enamel glass eyes. The original Queen Anne dolls were only for the wealthy, but for Peter Wolf's Queen Anne you don't need to be wealthy, just fast as only 20 have been made for Florence & George. 13" Learn More
    $695.00

  3. Lady With Beauty Marks by Peter Wolf

    Regal in red as befitting a lady of the court, her perfectly fitted gown is trimmed with gold metallic threads and lace. She wears a lace coiffure. The facial painting on this doll is unique with arched one-stroke brows, heart-shaped upper lip and three black-dot beauty marks signifying her royalty. Learn More
    $850.00

  4. Marquise Isabelle De Merteuil by Peter Wolf

    Representing Marquise Isabelle de Merteuil, the main character of Choderlos de Laclos’ famed 18th century tale “Les Liaisons Dangereuses,” the 20" Queen Anne style doll by Peter Wolf embodies all the charisma and sophistication of the heady seductress. The seduction of doll enthusiasts, however, will prove even easier when collectors note her majestic size and imperial presence. Her extraordinary gown of vintage fabrics hides a hooped petticoat and is topped by a lace coiffe. Included is a traveling case with an assortment of additional accessories (pictured below). This is to say nothing of her incredibly detailed and artistic facial carving and painting by Peter Wolf including her characterized sharp nose, glass eyes, traditional dot eyebrows and eyelashes, as well as a heart-shaped lip and rosy cheeks. Like 18th century Queen Anne dolls, Marquise Isabelle de Merteuil also possesses the signature “spatula” hands. Limited edition of 12. Learn More
    $3,200.00

  5. Aristocratic Wife & Child by Peter Wolf

    Stately in her silk gown, the aristocratic woman holds a small child. Atop their heads, the mother wears a straw bonnet topped with satin ribbon, and the baby wears a lacy coiffe. A beauty mark on breast and cheek are among the lady's finer painted facial details. From an edition of 25 dolls. 14". Learn More
    $900.00

  6. Aristocratic Husband By Peter Wolf

    The courtly gentleman wears a blue crisp silk costume with soft gold highlights and metallic thread edging. His wig, which sits beneath a blue felt tri-corner hat, features both the classic rolled curls at the sides and a long ponytail in the back. From an edition of 25 dolls. 14". Learn More
    $695.00

  7. Distinguished Courtier By Peter Wolf

    With a warm brown woolen overcoat and a black tri-corner hat, this distinguished courtier appears ready for an invigorating nature walk, or perhaps even a ride on horseback. His lavish, if somewhat unkempt, long brown hair suggests that perhaps he was just returned from such an excursion. 14". Learn More
    $695.00

  8. Venetian Man By Peter Wolf

    It’s 1730 and it’s Carnivale time in Venice. Our gentleman, from the skilled hand of artist Peter Wolf is costumed and ready to join the festival balls. The gentleman has a painted carnival mask that barely disguise the merriment in his blue enamel eyes, a painted beauty spot, grey mohair wig, and wears a rich costume of magenta and blue silks with long black cape and a fringed cap. 14” from an edition of 30 dolls. Learn More
    $850.00

  9. Mozart By Peter Wolf

    In the mid 18th century, Leopold and Anna Maria Mozart lived in a small Salzburg apartment with their two children, Amadeus and Maria Anna, known as “Nannerl.” Leopold decided to teach his children music and take them on tours of royalty. Though both were highly gifted musically, Amadeus Mozart became world famous and Nannerl moved onto marriage and children as a woman of her time was expected to do. Now Peter Wolf has immortalized both of these gifted children, and who better to sculpt a doll of the Austrian-born musical genius and his sibling than the German-born doll savant? Utilizing a classic English sculpting technique reminiscent of 17th century English dolls, predating even Queen Anne dolls, each piece is entirely hand-carved, painted and costumed painted with exquisite detail. Each is signed and numbered, from a limited edition of 30. 14". Learn More
    $975.00

  10. Nannerl by Peter Wolf

    In the mid 18th century, Leopold and Anna Maria Mozart lived in a small Salzburg apartment with their two children, Amadeus and Maria Anna, known as “Nannerl.” Leopold decided to teach his children music and take them on tours of royalty. Though both were highly gifted musically, Amadeus Mozart became world famous and Nannerl moved onto marriage and children as a woman of her time was expected to do. Now Peter Wolf has immortalized both of these gifted children, and who better to sculpt a doll of the Austrian-born musical genius and his sibling than the German-born doll savant? Utilizing a classic English sculpting technique reminiscent of 17th century English dolls, predating even Queen Anne dolls, each piece is entirely hand-carved, painted and costumed painted with exquisite detail. Each is signed and numbered, from a limited edition of 30. 14". Learn More
    $975.00

  11. Mother And Baby By Peter Wolf

    Utilizing classic English sculpting techniques used as early as the mid-17th century, Peter Wolf has created yet another vintage masterpiece in this Mother & Baby. The Mother is an entirely hand sculpted wood doll with exquisitely hand-painted details including single brush-stroke eye-lashes and eye-brows. Mother wears a superb costume of the era styled of antique fabrics, with a matching green wire-frame silk bonnet. Her baby wears a knit cotton dress with an orange silk bodice and a green felt hat. Each is signed, numbered and dated, from a limited edition of 10. Mother is a grand 22". Learn More
    $2,400.00

  12. Lady in Riding Costume by Peter Wolf

    The artistically painted wooden lady in the 18th century style has enamel inset eyes, and classic details including ''dot'' lashes and brows, and blush spots on cheeks. Her cheeks are blushed from her outdoor living as she wears a wonderful riding costume comprising a green felt fitted jacket lined with burgundy contrast and edged with a metallic border. Her cotton skirt is lined and stiffened and her tri-corner hat protects a neatly arranged hemp wig. With jointed limbs. 14". Learn More
    $920.00

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