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Tucked away in one of Rome's most fashionable shopping districts, antique doll parts pile up in the tiny shop front of the Squatriti family boutique, offering a window into another age. Neapolitan theater actors forced to diversify in the aftermath of the World War II, the Squatritis opened the little shop of doll horrors in 1953, initially with the idea of restoring valuables belonging to wealthy families that were damaged during the conflict.Squatriti, 56, runs the shop that has been a true family affair ever since it first opened.
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