Antique Fulper Pottery bisque doll socket head
Fulper Pottery Company of Fleming, New Jersey
U.S.A. was established in 1805.
From 1918 until 1927 Fulper Pottery sold small all bisque dolls (a Kewpie
doll and a Peterkin doll, both marked have been found) and bisque
to fill the void left by European doll makers, due to
World War I. Among the companies that
used Fulper bisque products are;
Amberg, Colonial Toy,
Horsman and Sears.
Fulper produced bisque socket or shoulder heads for Dolly face child
dolls 14 to 26" tall, some with human hair wigs, often with sleep eyes
made of metal and celluloid, some character heads have molded painted hair with
intaglio eyes, all have an open mouth.
Baby character dolls, with bisque socket or shoulder plate heads, 13 to
24" tall, sleep eyes and molded painted hair or wigged, open mouth
with bent limb baby composition bodies.
ceased manufacture of bisque doll heads in 1922, but continued to sell
their inventory until 1927 as well as novelties and pin