Gothic Lolita Jewelry - "La Petite Fille" - Couture Noir Antique Frozen Charlotte Doll Brooch and Pendant Necklace Combo by Ghostlove

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Gothic Lolita Jewelry - La Petite Fille - Antique Frozen Charlotte Doll Brooch / Pendant Combo by Ghostlove
Gothic Lolita Jewelry - La Petite Fille - Antique Frozen Charlotte Doll Brooch / Pendant Combo by Ghostlove
Gothic Lolita Jewelry - La Petite Fille - Antique Frozen Charlotte Doll Brooch / Pendant Combo by Ghostlove
Gothic Lolita Jewelry - La Petite Fille - Antique Frozen Charlotte Doll Brooch / Pendant Combo by Ghostlove

Gothic Lolita Jewelry - La Petite Fille - Antique Frozen Charlotte Doll Brooch / Pendant Combo by Ghostlove

The Little Girl...This amazing little brooch can go with you anywhere! It is perfect for your coat or jacket lapel, but can also adorn your favorite shrug or cardigan. Made from a vintage antiqued silver setting with rhinestone accents and a bow topper, this brooch has a pin back and bail combo, so it can also be worn as a pendant if you add a chain! The antique Frozen Charlotte doll adorning the setting has been embedded in glass-like resin so you won't lose her. The setting's background (behind her) has been coated in black enamel for an amazing 3D "trophy" effect. Too cute!* This doll is part of a rare collection of porcelain bisque dolls excavated from the ruins of an old doll factory that operated between 1890 and 1913 in Thuringia, Germany. That makes them over 100 years old! I have left all the original dirt on for added charm, (but please feel free to clean her if you so desire).MEASUREMENTS:Doll alone - 1 1/8" tallEntire piece - 2 1/4" tall x 1 1/2" wide

 

 

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Pattern or design used: My own design - La Petite Fille
posted in: gallery, Jewelry, wearable, pin, dark glamour, couture noir, macabre, creepy dolls, miniature frozen charlotte, gloomy, egl, mourning, neo victorian

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