Kestner 164 Doll

This lovely Kestner 164 doll head had several breaks and cracks. The head needed invisible restoration.  It is difficult working around the facial features of an antique doll.  Often times the expression  and bisque translucency is lost.  As an uncommon and rate mold, this child  head with chubby cheeks and alluring expression can now be displayed.

If you are a looking for a new career, doll restoration can be an excellent choice.  There are many positive aspects of being your own boss and setting your own schedule. Check out student comments who took the doll repair and restoration seminar at Antique Child Doll Restoration.

Kestner 164 doll head before invisible restoration Kestner 164 doll head after restoration Kestner doll head after restoration Kestner doll head back of head before
Kestner doll head back view Kestner doll head side temple after Kestner doll head after restoration Kestner doll head back view
Kestner doll head before invisible restoration Kestner doll head after restoration Kestner doll head after restoration Kestner doll head before invisible restoration

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