This is a very interesting doll. Her body and head are one piece of solid wood, with a hole straight through the shoulder from side to side with arms pushed in an anchored on either side. The legs, I am not sure how they are attached and the pants over her legs are sewn on and have been for a long time, see stains from the wood on the white tightly woven pants, they feel very secure. She has on a period dress that I think I put on her a long time ago with the apron over it. Her painted face is an oil paint but has wear and you can see a little part of the earlier painted eye and see the early painted head/hair on the back of her head where there is a worn area. She is 13" tall and is circa 1880.