All hand sewn from the nicest of material, this topsy turvy has style and detail sewing. Both faces are painted, the black face is on egg wash cotton and the white side is on fine linen. She doesn't show signs that she was played with much if at all. Their hands are mitten shape and out of the same material as their faces. There is a little water staining at the bottom of the blue polka dot skirt and her net bonnet is shredding at the top. At her waist there is a cotton label sewn on with the number 70 embroidered on it. I believe that could be a inventory number for a museum.
This is a very nice early topsy turvy doll 15" head to head. C. 1880