Jules Verlingue Antique Dolls 1915-1920s French
Jules Verlingue built porcelain factories in 1919 at Montreuil-sous-Bois and another in 1921 at Boulogne-sur-Mer and also had an address and phone number in Paris, France the same as H. Delcourt, who was Gesland’s successor in 1921 and used Verlingue bisque doll heads.
Verlingue made bisque head child dolls on composition and wood jointed bodies, lady shoulder head dolls, all bisque bathing beauty dolls, marottes and mignonettes from 1915 through the 1920s.
Doll shown at left has Verlingue the doll mark JV with an anchor symbol, Verlingue did not used doll mold numbers on his dolls.
Jules Verlingue Doll Marks Identified
Some Verlingue marked bisque doll heads have been found on bodies labeled Jumeau Diplŏme d’ Honneur.