Although unmarked, this china charmer is a documented model from Dressel, Kister, and Company. Of beautiful glowing pale porcelain, with soft blushing on her hands, elbows, cheeks, breasts, and knees, this 7-inch long languorous lady is molded in a sitting position.
She has the striated grey eyebrows and large languid brown eyes so often found on Dressel damsels, but instead of the typical molded grey tresses, a wig of mohair curls covers her bald solid pate.
Here is the identical wasp-waisted model, but with the grey molded hair incongruously found on so many of Dressel's nubile nymphs.
Like her eyebrows, her tresses are streaked to give the illusion of separated strands of hair. Her blue-grey eyes have sultry shadowing underneath.
Here is the molded-hair version pictured in the company's 1911 catalogue. She apparently came perched on her personal pedestal.