This East Indian female cloth doll stands 8" high and has beaded eyes and embroidered facial features. She appears to have both hand and machine stitching. Her hands and feet have been sewn to give her fingers and toes. Her body and her traditional clothing have been made from a variety of fabrics. She wears metal and beaded jewelry, including a nose ring, earrings, a necklace and bracelets. She was probably made in the late 1950"s or early 1960's for the tourist trade. In very good condition.