A boudoir doll, also known as a "bed doll," is a type of small decorative figurine that was popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These dolls were typically made of porcelain or bisque, and were designed to be displayed on a bed, dresser, or other piece of furniture in a bedroom or boudoir.These dolls were often highly detailed and elaborately dressed, with fashionable clothing and accessories that reflected the style of the time period. They could also be found with unique embellishments such as lace, fur, and beading and with different poses and sizes. Some have moving parts like articulated arms and legs. Boudoir dolls were often given as gifts, particularly to young women, and were seen as a way to add a touch of elegance and femininity to a bedroom.
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