The answer is simple -- it is I believe one of the powerful dresses that Scarlett is seen wearing in the film -- and seen in just seconds! The actress is never seen wearing it in action, it is seen in Rhett Butler's bedroom, and which he throws a glass of alcohol at -- poor painting! And yet it is one of the most desired by GWTW doll collectors. Despite the miss, it remains an ensemble any GWTW doll collector must have.
The doll here has had a haircut, leaving the length of the curls at the back and the first two on both sides cut in a descending manner -- just so they would touch the shoulders. The hairline has been painstakingly repainted to make her more realistic too and to frame the face better. More photos up soon!
|If you look closely, you'll see that the doll was made to have a wedding ring.|
Scarlett would have preferred a diamond to go with it, I think.