A big thank you to Mandy Broome for searching and finding the link to the pictures I asked for. That was fast work! If you go to this site below you can see an Izannah that's seen a lot of love - scroll down to see how the bottom legs are somewhat separate from the upper legs. My theory is that the lower legs were stuffed and part of the 2nd skin which slipcovered the torso.
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