Female figure made from natural material. The head is made from a small dried orange, sourced from a wild orange tree found on the sidewalks of some Tiznit streets, the arms are made from piece of reeds, and a stick forms the central body. It was made by a nine year old girl from the Douar Ouaraben village, in 2009.

Similar dolls often have a cloth kerchief on their heads.

It is part of a group of traditional toys collected in the Anti-Atlas area of Morocco by Belgium Socio-cultural Anthropologist Jean-Pierre Rossie, during the period 2005-2011.

Physical Description

Female figure with wooden stick body, head made from a small dried orange, and dress of yellow fabric sparsely patterned with black and green. A strip of yellow fabric holds the dress into the waist.

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