lovely folk doll!, could she came from Provence? (label is not pretty visible)besos
Definitely Hungarian! But don't be deceived by her sweetly pretty face -- she reminds me of the great Hungarian dancer/film star of WWI, Marika Rokk, who could steam up the screen when she divested the lace and apron. (See her as the brunette evil twin, doing her snake dance in 1940 Kora Terry. It's on YouTube, part 2, about 18 minutes in...)
a slip of the fingers...make that WWII for the Rokk's glory days.