|Lovely pleated dress trimmed at the bodice and hem in African print|
|Aisha, her doll, her dress, and shoes are made from clay.|
|She has such a precious face.|
|She has a rope headband with clay flower petals attached.|
|Dolly's hair is accented with multiple tiny beads.|
|A white strip of clay is attached to the back of the doll's dress that bears Sarah's signature and the 2021 copyright.|
|She stands out among other similar-sized dolls that are displayed underneath a globe, the base of which is wooden, swivels, and has several spaces to display dolls on doll stands.|
|Here is another view of Aisha and her friends.|
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