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Not sure if this is bisque or porcelain. Frozen Charlotte with blue bonnet trimmed with lavender bow and pink tie under her chin. She has gold hair framing her face. She is 5" tall and has finely detail handpainted face (lips and eyes especially detailed). She became frozen because of her vanity! There is a initial on her back (see photo back).
Found this interesting passage on the 'net describing how she earned her name
. . . . . it was New Years Eve and very cold outside. Charlotte was waiting in her new dress for her boyfriend, Charles, to take her to the village inn for a New Year’s Eve party. Finally, Charles’ sleigh came. Her mother asked her to put a blanket around her so she wouldn’t be too cold. But Charlotte did not want to crinkle her dress, so she did not take the blanket. The village inn was 15 miles away. They had gone five miles when Charlotte said she was cold. Charles made the horses run faster. Five more miles they rode when Charlotte said she was getting warmer. Finally, the village inn was in sight. Charles jumped out and called her many times. Charlotte did not move or say a word because she was frozen. Then he came over to her and felt her hands. They were very cold. He now knew that Charlotte had frozen to death. He rode Charlotte back to her cottage. Her parents were very sad. Charles was very upset, too. He died of a broken heart.