Saturday, 27 January 2018

Mary Astor Piano Concerto No. 1 Robert Tonner Andrew Yang Doll

Created by Robert Tonner and Mary Astor's grandson Andrew Yang. Mary Astor was an actress in the thirties and forties, and a contemporary of Joan Crawford and Bette Davis who she starred with in The Great Lie.

The doll is dressed in a similar gown to that worn by Mary in the role of aristocratic concert pianist Sandra Kovac. The role won her an Oscar in 1941.


Mary is made of the finest hard plastic and vinyl and stands 16” tall with fifteen points of articulation. Her rooted saran hair of auburn is styled in an elegant coif that sets off her delicate eyes of pale brown and hand painted features perfectly. She wears a pleated ivory chiffon gown, and an embroidered soft pink cape that is both intimidating and feminine.

Mary stays on her feet with an acrylic base.


Mary Astor Piano Concerto No. 1 Robert Tonner Andrew Yang Doll.

$235.00 at Robert Tonner.

A limited edition of 300.


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