I found this pair at the op shop this morning, along with a lot of other small vintage 'tourist' dolls all dressed in the national constumes of European countries. These two caught my eye because they are so tiny and hand-made looking, but had labels. I've just done a search and they seem quite collectible. The Grecon dolls were made between the 1930s and 1950s, and I have no idea how old mine are. The lady looks a bit 50s with that beehive, doesn't she?
Another reason I liked them was that they reminded me of one of my favourite books as a child, The little girl and the tiny doll by Edward and Aingelda Ardizzone. The story is about a tiny doll who was left behind in a shop freezer and is found by a girl who makes her little clothes to keep her warm. I read it to my boys the other night at the dinner table and they were fascinated; it kept them very quiet and they ate everything on their plates!