Boudoir Dolls of Maurice Milliere

Examples of the Fétiche (good luck or mascot) "Parisiennes" created in the 1920s by the French boudoir artist Maurice Milliere.
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Painted plaster doll, titled, "Naiade," 15 ½ inches tall, by Maurice Milliere.

Painted plaster doll, titled, "Naiade," 15 ½ inches tall, by Maurice Milliere.

Painted plaster doll, titled, "Souris," 14 5/8 inches tall. Signed, "Maurice Milliere."

Painted plaster doll, titled, "Souris," 14 5/8 inches tall. Signed, "Maurice Milliere."

These three Milliere sisters are all variations of the same figure.

These three Milliere sisters are all variations of the same figure.

"The Red Shoes."

"The Red Shoes."

Painted plaster doll, titled, "Naiade," 15 ½ inches tall, by Maurice Milliere.

Painted plaster doll, titled, "Naiade," 15 ½ inches tall, by Maurice Milliere.

Painted plaster doll, titled, "Souris," 14 5/8 inches tall. Signed, "Maurice Milliere."

Painted plaster doll, titled, "Souris," 14 5/8 inches tall. Signed, "Maurice Milliere."

Painted plaster doll, titled, "Souris," 14 5/8 inches tall. Signed, "Maurice Milliere."

Painted plaster doll, titled, "Souris," 14 5/8 inches tall. Signed, "Maurice Milliere."

"Midinette" by Maurice Milliere.

"Midinette" by Maurice Milliere.

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