Clonettes are African dolls first produced in the 60s. They are made of recycled plastic by Facteur Céleste. Filles du Facteur provides jobs for women; sales of the dolls go toward a girl's school. The doll holds a bouquet of flowers and either a teddy bear or toy rabbit. The modern doll is based on an older, traditional form of wooden figurine. Lammers en Lammers designed porcelain versions of the doll. A South African artist, Noush, creates hand-carved and painted wooden Clonettes.
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