Plastic Doll Female French Costume c1970. Doll appears to be blow-mold plastic with cloth coverings for dress and skin tone. The costume is hand-sewn to fit the body. The doll is mounted to a lacquered plywood base with a single into one foot assuming a dancing pose. Our estimate as circa 1970 is based on the original owner collecting dolls during her global travels in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Country of origin is France, with the base and apron label appearing to show “Sims Decors” in a cursive script design. “Loraine” appears to the be name of the doll, while the apron sticker label states ‘Troyenne’. A quick translation of troyenne, meaning ‘of Troy’ (as in wooden horse) and ‘enne’ singular feminine, a female doll of Troy.