Their tour guide told them that they are made without faces so that they represent any woman, and they are used to celebrate all women. They are ceramic and painted, and have different bouquets and hats. Nel bought a green one for herself, a red one for Jess, and a yellow one for me. She said out of all the ones she looked at (about 50), this was the only one that had a red rose. So, she brought it home for me.
I love it when my girls bring me home goodies from all the different places they visit around the world. This doll reminds me of the many women in blog land that I meet, whose faces often don't show up on the screen, but whose goodness linger in my heart every day.