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Linda's Santon Dolls

I love collections, and appreciate others who have the desire (and space) to show and share theirs. Since I've never been to Provence, I was interested in learning about Linda's beautiful collection of Santon dolls. The faces are made of clay, and each doll is dressed and carries a gift. The tradition is to include the "village people" bringing gifts to the Christ Child with the nativity scene figures. Linda's collection is beautiful.



This French artisit with his painting of Provence was my favorite!


Comments (2)


where can i buy the santon artist? J

Judith Du Pont:

I have a fisherman
Santon doll which my
cats accidentally knocked
over and damaged the doll
I think that it is
repairable. Could you
recommend someone?
Thank you.
Sincerely, Judith Du Pont

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