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“Little Miss Cutie Pie”

“Little Miss Cutie Pie”

“Little Miss Cutie Pie”
This really is her name and its written underneath!  I discovered her at the first car-boot sale I ever went to 25 years ago, and she was just 20p, though it was her adorable 1930s face that I fell in love with – not the price!  Unfortunately many years later my 2 year old son who used to be liked to be lifted up to look at all my ‘treasures’ dropped precious Miss Cutie pie and she broke… however my husband was a miracle worker and managed to glue all the tiny spherical pieces back together, and so she survives and is still adored to this day – even more perhaps because of her lucky escape from disaster…
Loaned by Victoria Benn.
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