This Late 1940s Painted Plaster Bride Half Doll, measuring 3.5" high by 1.75" wide (at the base) by 1.5" deep, was probably originally a pin cushion with a stuffed satin dress beginning at the hips. Cast in plaster, she has a simple flesh tone face (with painted blue-gray dots for eyes and deep red bowed unsmiling lips), a classic late 1940s hairstyle with victory rolls (painted flesh tone with a grayed pink band of flowers), an off the shoulders white gown (baring flesh tone shoulders and half revealed bust), and white gloved hands cradling a bouquet (with two deep grayed pink and two green flowers). She is unmarked and the maker is unknown. This Late 1940s Painted Plaster Bride Half Doll is in Good condition. There are three small chips on the flowers in her hair and a small chip in the center of one flower in the bouquet. Ideal for use in art project.