The most fetching, one of a kind, judge/barrister/lawyer dolls by Evgenia Krotov
I would love to get my hands on one of these cute collectibles, a man or woman of the law, a bewigged judge.
Made of paper clay this little guy, attired in the black gown, lace jabot & powdered wig, proudly holds one of the most indispensable tools of law – the law book.
Do you know somebody who looks like this little gal or guy? This one seems a little bored like she/he’s heard the same story over & over . . . that can happen in the courts especially from the point of view of the judge. Hmmm.
Made of paper clay, he/she is dressed in the black gown, lace jabot, the powdered wig & tasseled cap & proudly holds the law book and one of the most important symbols of law, justice and mercy: the scales of justice.
This little bespectacled one is about 33cm in length. Made of paper clay, he/she is dressed in the black gown, lace jabot, the powdered wig & black cap. He/she proudly holds the law book & another most important symbol of law, justice and mercy: the gavel.
Love the lace jabot. The powdered wig. Wire spectacles.
The blue eyes, heavy lids, rosy cheeks. Overworked? Too much wine perhaps . . .