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Jan 11, 2014

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Katina

Well, that's kinda disturbing...

Roberta

I kind of like it. I don't know why. It reminds me of a cross between Venus de Milo and Venus of Willendorf. The chickens dug it up. Little known fact: it was actually a flock of 47 hens that excavated the burial site of King Tut. They never get credit.

Annie in Austin

Hands on the Past!

Could it be a "Frozen Charlotte"?
http://alteredbits.com/vintage-dolls-doll-parts.php

We've only found pieces of plastic toys here

Roberta

You have quite the eye!!! I thought you were spot and was so excited to find the origin of my little find. Had I not seen the side view of Charlotte and learned that she was hollow I would have thought I had exactly that. The torso that the hens dug up is solid. You just never know what's going to turn up out there!

Annie in Austin

Belly not prominent enough for Kewpie dolls... can you whisper orders to the hens so they'll dig up the head & you can figure it out?

Our best find in Illinois was an unbroken pint cream bottle that I still use for a vase.

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