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Images of a small upright doll with holes in the bottom is

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Images of a small upright doll with holes in the bottom is in an album at http://imgur.com/a/gsm/TM. This looks like a pie steamer but no hole in the top. I am not sure of the purpose of this or if it is just a doll part. It is in excellent condition and hand painted. Please advise what this is and if it has any value. If you need login & password ***** it is ***************

Submitted: 1 month ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  AppraiserJM replied 1 month ago.

Hi, my name is*****'m a certified appraiser, and I'd be happy to help--but that Imgur link won't work for me. Can you upload the photos here?

Jennifer

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Did you try logging in to my account info? the album is entitled Small ceramic doll. That is the link Imgur gave me when I posted. There is one image attached to the question. Cardboard is attached at the bottom of the doll.
Expert:  AppraiserJM replied 1 month ago.

Another person can't log into your Imgur account. If you are logged in, you will see that you can cut and paste a specific URL that lets others see your images.

Customer: replied 25 days ago.
I have reposted the images on Imgur under "pie steamer?" and it is public. if you put the above in the search, the pictures come up. It may just be a doll part as there is no hole in the top to release steam.

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