Description: Doll is marked on back of head in incised frame, “F.G.” with
the number “7” just below the middle of the frame. The scroll frame is the
typical mark for the “F. G.” doll heads manufactured during the period.
Date of doll: 1887-1899.
Maker: Francois Gauthier (name changed to Gaultier in 1875); St. Maurice, Charenton, Seine, Paris, France. This company made only the bisque heads, not the bodies.
Description: French bisque head, paperweight blue eyes, closed mouth, straight-wristed composition and wood unmarked body. Brown curly hair wig may be a replacement.