Beautiful Authentic vintage Nishi Geisha Doll. Condition is Used. My grandmother both this for me from Japan when I was a young child, not exactly sure of the year but definitely in the early 's. It lived o a shelf in my room, never played with. Then we wrapped it in tissue paper and put it in a plastic storage bin in the attic for storage. Oyama Ningyou Japanese Geisha Doll Kimono 16" with Bell Red and Pink Traditional Japanese Geisha Japanese Collectible Japanese Decor Asian MariaVintageandMore 5 out of 5 stars (38) .
Vintage Katsuraningyo Geisha Doll / Six Wigs in Wooden Box From Japan She is housed in her original wooden box with six wigs. Condition is quite good for all six wigs and doll. Hina Dolls Kokeshi Dolls Art Dolls Japanese Geisha Japanese Kimono Japanese Doll Antique Dolls Vintage Dolls Bjd *another great ningyo for Ciara! this one is made with modernized manufacturing practices and techniques, it would seem. very clean and precise.
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