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Vintage

1940s Artist Mannequins, Pair

Herman Schwartz Gallery

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1940s Artist Mannequins, Pair
1940s Artist Mannequins, Pair
1940s Artist Mannequins, Pair
1940s Artist Mannequins, Pair
1940s Artist Mannequins, Pair
1940s Artist Mannequins, Pair
1940s Artist Mannequins, Pair

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Very Good; blemishes, some discoloration, very pliable, no cracks, tears

Materials:

resin/rubber

Size:

5" L x 6" W x 16" H

Color/Finish:

brown/bronze

Care:

dishwasher-safe

Why We Love This

Pair of artist mannequins on stands. Still very pliable with no cracking, tears, rips or damage. Thick rubber and resin.
As described by Herman Schwartz Gallery

Why We Love This

Pair of artist mannequins on stands. Still very pliable with no cracking, tears, rips or damage. Thick rubber and resin.

About Herman Schwartz Gallery

Herman Schwartz was a Philadelphia painter who did most of his works from 1955-1965. He was my grandfather and passed away when I was 10. I have quite a few sweet memories including him giving me painting lessons in the basement of his NE Philly home, and I named my gallery as an homage to this talented guy. We specialize in the decorative arts, from folk to Mid-Century Modern, industrial to quirky. We welcome you and ensure you complete satisfaction.