Dressmaker form with paper maché coat on cast iron stand, men's clothing sizes adjustable
This dressmakers mannequin stands on a black lacquered cast iron stand. It consists of a paper mache coat that has been riveted. A chrome-plated ball cuff sits enthroned on the neck - connected with a screw thread and separable there. This mannequin was in use at the beginning of the 20th century and has a fine, age-related patina. The special thing about this object is that the clothing size can be adjusted. The torso widens or narrows in width and depth when using the lever under the body. The dress form is stable, undamaged and complete. You can separate the cast iron foot from the torso.