Amalgamation

2010

One of a kind engrave-tattooed, porcelain doll. A limited edition, an exceptionally intricate, sterling silver lace crown with real, acrylic-coated roses attached to it. Her extra long wig is magnetic and removable.

a·mal·ga·mate??(-mlg-mt)
v.?a·mal·ga·mat·ed,?a·mal·ga·mat·ing,?a·mal·ga·mates
v.tr.
1.?To combine into a unified or integrated whole; unite. See Synonyms at?HYPERLINK “mix”mix.
2.?To mix or alloy (a metal) with mercury.
v.intr.
1.?To become combined; unite.
2.?To unite or blend with another metal.

This doll was inspired by a Jack London’s story which I had read as a child and which title I can no longer recall because of the translation form Russian to English.

The short story is about a very intelligent man of Chinese descent who had overcome great adversity in the colonial, imperialist and racially discriminatory Western society, to become a very wealthy and respected individual. He had married a Western woman of mixed heritage, and they had many daughters, all of whom exhibited a very strange, unconventional but very delicate and compelling beauty of several mixed ethnicities.

Amalgamation, or Ama for short, is one of his daughters.

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