Plastic Baby Dolls Series XI. Box 11
A & B 5½” high and 2½” wide A dressed in yellow suit B. unclothed
Plastic, Vinyl, and mixed medium
This doll set was created in the 1980’s by a multinational company. One baby small baby doll in yellow baby outfit the other doll is naked. These dolls were created as toys for children to play with and are considered and accurate representation of an African-American or a person from the African Diaspora at this time. The dolls are of a light brown complexion and there features are soft like that of a baby. The children do not have exaggerated features or dark painted skin, which is stereotypical of the representation of African-American or other African Diaspora children.
Collectibles, Dolls, African-Americans, Africa, Arts, Culture