I looked around my home and found I have many 'white' decorative pieces.
|Packing Hare with baby|
(vintage tag says: Eskimo made Rita from Spence's Bay)
with a Beswick white bear and a white sugar bowl from home (that makes it vintage +)
|Brigadoon demi cup and saucer with flow blue/white sugar |
and a few of DGS's clam shells from his 'collection'
|vintage pitcher and cows (likely from a nativity scene) on crochet|
and a Graphics Fairy teapot in a white frame
|this banner follows after yesterday's post - this is the next set with white lace|
|and another picture of my kitchen display shelf, "Family"|
Packing Doll information
a direct quote from:
Inuit women have made dolls from the earliest times. Packing Dolls bring together this heritage with the materials brought by the traders. Packing Dolls are made wool duffel, They are hand-embroidered and wear a parka. A baby is created and placed in the hood of the parka. These dolls are delightful and are collected by Inuit art collectors and doll collectors alike.
Another reference site is Canadian Collections Nunavut.