These 2 dolls are an example of New Zealand’s cake topper dolls made in the 1960s, 1970s and and 1980s. These dolls are crafted on a polystyrene base in the shape of a skirt. The doll arms are made out of pipe cleaners and a small plastic piece in a shape of a hand is attached. The singer doll holds a microphone which was also made of black pipe cleaner. The sewing pin holds a glass like pearl at the top of the black pipe cleaner together giving a look of a microphone. The microphone cotton cord is tied at the rear of the doll’s skirt. The head of each doll is held on by a plastic pin to the body. Both dolls stand 13 cm tall.