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She's old but has still kept her figure after all these years. I don't exactly know how old this dressmaker's form is, but I would guess the 1950's if not older. She can be adjusted from 36" to 64" tall. Wing nuts and slide bars inside allow her to adjust in all directions. The label on her chest reads "White Dress Form No. 2 Size 32 to 42" I do not know how this translates to modern sizes, but when I fully extended the hips as far out as they would go they did measure very near to 42 inches.

There is a small hole in the fiber board in the lower left corner where two of the adjustable slide bars are starting to tare off, and as you can see she's faded and torn. The cast iron base is a bit rusted but still solid. As far as I can tell all on the adjustments in her still work.

She would be an awesome display piece.

Dress Form, Vintage


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: fiberboard, cast iron, cloth, hardware
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 41 reviews
  • Favorited by: 92 people