Edwardian, 1901 to 1920s
Scarce shop display, this antique mannequin has a Gibson Girl form with a tiny wasp waist line.
It is just the right amount of romantic and industrial styles mixed together.
Made in Philadelphia by W. M. Strauss around 1905, Edwardian Era.
Cast iron base covered with tin form.
Paper mache bodice and tin cap at the neck.
Overall measurements are approximately 17 1/2" at the shoulders, 37" tall, 10" maximum depth.
Waist is 24" in circumference.
Base is 7 1/2" across.
This mannequin was used at shops to display blouses and tops.
Condition is good with some signs of age. Please see images for details.
Found in a barn in Pennsylvania where it had been stored for decades.
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Our model's hand is approximately 5" wide or 12 cm as seen in this image:
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