On 3rd March, Japan celebrates Hina Matsuri, the Doll Festival. Girls receive Hina Dolls as birth presents, which are then used to form a Hina ningyo, a composition to be arranged on a kind of altar or against a backdrop to ensure a happy life for girls. The clothing is inspired those used in the Imperial court during the Heian period (794-1185) and is characterized by the up to 7 layers worn by the empress. In former times, faces were made up with extremely pale colors and eyebrows were plucked, and instead two grey shadows were painted on the forehead.
LLADRÓ Hina Dolls Empress Figurine
Empress figurine in glossy porcelain with a garment that stands out for its numerous layers of cloth on a wooden base.
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