Here is a listing for a vintage Oriental flexible soft plastic vinyl "big eye" doll face mask. Made in Hong Kong (KOI manufacturer's stamp is under the chin on bottom of the piece) from around the 1970's; this is used much in the same manner as the popular celluloid doll face masks, but are more durable and easier to work with because of it's pliability.
It is a loose store "New Old Stock" and unused item; coming to me in the original factory outer packaging, which I am parting out. It's in ready-to-use condition, and will need a light cleaning from long term storage. But no issues or blemishes otherwise.
The face measures approximately 2-1/2" tall by 2-3/4" wide by 2" deep. There is a semi-hole indentation under the chin where the face attached to the neck (refer to 4th photo). This hole is just 1-1/8" in circumference (slightly larger than a ball point pen) and is 3/8" in diameter across. This is a nice feature as most faces do not have the neck hole pre-punched; plus, you have a choice to punch out the hole or leave the area intact.
PLEASE NOTE: I ASK THAT YOU PLEASE MAKE SURE THIS IS THE CORRECT SIZE FOR YOUR PROJECT AS THERE ARE NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ON THIS ITEM. If you have any questions whatsoever regarding size or condition, please send me a conversation for clarification first prior to ordering.
Cast in a peach tone soft plastic vinyl as pictured with with an airbrushed face (no hair) and super large painted lashed "anime" style eyes (lots of color with blue/green eye shadow).
This is a very unusual and hard-to-find style of face mask...a bargain find for just about any craft or doll project!