Jan 032018
 
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Lana
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Lana
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Lana
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Lana
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Lana
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Lana
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Lana

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Lana
My mannequin heads were made by Decoeyes (Jerry & Susie) in the U. Since Jerrys mannequin heads were so well made, I found them to be completely addictive and I have a lot of them. I will be listing them whenever I can, but this will take time. I used them mainly for photography and many are like new but others have sustained some bumps and bruises, which I will describe to the best of my ability and include in the pictures. These were made of some sort of resin and are nearly unbreakable. There were ones that were cast in what he called Waxi-Cast and I believe I can point those out, as they have a darker complexion than the rest. They were all cast from original mannequin heads of the period and all work was done by hand, including painting and casting. I actually have one that is old and one that is new (Ivy), and I treasure them both as you can really see how he made his mannequin heads so well. The name of this mannequin head is Lana. The following is an exact quote from Decoeyes original description of Lana. This is a precise REPLICA of a 1940’s department store display bust that was molded directly from a vintage model. The original model may have been from the late 30’s or the early 40’s. She is definitely from the era of the “glamour girls” and models hats superbly. The casting is very sharp and has excellent detail. The height is 15″ and the forehead circumference is 21″. Apparel is for display only and not included in the sale. The primary objective of Decoeyes is to duplicate a historically correct hat and jewelry shop display mannequin true to the golden era of mannequin production (the 1920’s through the 1950’s). We work very hard to create a model that closely resembles a new, mint-in-the-box original display from this era. “Old School” techniques are utilized and no compromises are accepted solely for the purpose of reducing material costs or saving time of labor. The result is a model that can display tastefully and not dominate the desired apparel…. These fantastic vintage models were originally produced for the purpose of store displays and were never intended for public consumption. The originals show the marks of handwork and ours impart the same hand-made “flaws”…… They are not perfect, each is totally hand-made and exhibits “old school” techniques. There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only are this man’s lawful prey! She has hand painted brown eyes, brown/brunette hair, and wonderful make-up. She is marked on the bottom as follows: Decoeyes, 11-12-05. Her name is not marked but I know she is Lana. I believe she was made in the Waxi-Cast process, as her complexion is a bit darker than most. She is in overall excellent condition with a few minor scuffs from storage. Decoeyes mannequins are the ONLY ones I know of that are EXACT reproductions of vintage ones. It’s nice to have one of the old ones but they invariably have chips, cracks, have been repainted (sometimes very crudely), and who knows what? And most are made of plaster, which isn’t nearly as durable as the resin that was used by Decoeyes. Im sure you will love this mannequin head, as I did for so many years! The item “Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Lana” is in sale since Friday, April 14, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Advertising\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Mannequins”. The seller is “somewhereintime6766″ and is located in Nesconset, New York. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Russian federation, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion.
  • Brand: DECO EYES
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Lana
Sep 042017
 
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display UNUSUAL Pam
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display UNUSUAL Pam
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display UNUSUAL Pam
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display UNUSUAL Pam
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display UNUSUAL Pam
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display UNUSUAL Pam
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display UNUSUAL Pam
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display UNUSUAL Pam

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display UNUSUAL Pam
My mannequin heads were made by Decoeyes (Jerry & Susie) in the U. Since Jerrys mannequin heads were so well made, I found them to be completely addictive and I have a lot of them. I will be listing them whenever I can, but this will take time. I used them mainly for photography and many are like new but others have sustained some bumps and bruises, which I will describe to the best of my ability and include in the pictures. These were made of some sort of resin and are nearly unbreakable. There were ones that were cast in what he called Waxi-Cast and I believe I can point those out, as they have a darker complexion than the rest. They were all cast from original mannequin heads of the period and all work was done by hand, including painting and casting. I actually have one that is old and one that is new (Ivy), and I treasure them both as you can really see how he made his mannequin heads so well. The name of this mannequin head is Pam. The following is an exact quote from Decoeyes original description of Pam. This is a precise REPLICA of an unusual 1940’s department store display bust that was molded directly from a vintage model. While the original piece was discovered in “The Land Down Under”, she most likely arrived in Australia via manufacture in Great Britain. This model was made available by a dear friend from “Detroit City”. This is one of the finest sculptures that I have seen and was done by an unknown master of this art. The hair is absolutely beautiful. The paint scheme is entirely my fantasy and came from my love of gypsy folklore. The height is approximately 14″ and the forehead circumference is 22 1/2″ (large hat size). Apparel is for display only and is not included in the final sale. This model was cast with our own technique that we have named “Waxi-Cast”. The material used is our own blend of a made in the USA non-toxic and very durable urethane. The skin is formed with different layers of translucency and resembles the old wax heads of this era. There is a 1 1/4 hole in the bottom that safely permits display on a stand if you so desire. This mannequin head is in excellent condition, with the exception of a tiny scratch on one of her back curls (hardly noticeable, I didn’t even see it the first time I inspected her) and will display your hats beautifully. I have tried to picture the scratch. She is perfect for the tilt/topper hats of the period. I don’t believe the model I have is made from “Waxi-Cast” (I could be wrong), as her complexion is light. She has tiny holes in her earlobes for pierced post earrings (Im not really sure they will fit as the holes are really small). She has brown/black hair, hand painted (partially closed) brown eyes, an unusual beauty mark, and wonderful make-up. Please look at the pictures, as they are part of the description. She is marked on the bottom as follows: Decoeyes, 5-21-4, Pam. The following was one of Decoeyes favorite quotes. There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only are this man’s lawful prey! Decoeyes mannequins are the ONLY ones I know of that are EXACT reproductions of vintage ones. It’s nice to have one of the old ones but they invariably have chips, cracks, have been repainted (sometimes very crudely), and who knows what? And most are made of plaster, which isn’t nearly as durable as the resin that was used by Decoeyes. Im sure you will love this mannequin head, as I did for so many years! The item “Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display UNUSUAL Pam” is in sale since Sunday, February 26, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Advertising\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Mannequins”. The seller is “somewhereintime6766″ and is located in Nesconset, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: DECO EYES
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display UNUSUAL Pam
Aug 192017
 
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Daisy
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Daisy
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Daisy
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Daisy
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Daisy
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Daisy
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Daisy

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Daisy
My mannequin heads were made by Decoeyes (Jerry & Susie) in the U. Since Jerrys mannequin heads were so well made, I found them to be completely addictive and I have a lot of them. I will be listing them whenever I can, but this will take time. I used them mainly for photography and many are like new but others have sustained some bumps and bruises, which I will describe to the best of my ability and include in the pictures. These were made of some sort of resin and are nearly unbreakable. There were ones that were cast in what he called Waxi-Cast and I believe I can point those out, as they have a darker complexion than the rest. They were all cast from original mannequin heads of the period and all work was done by hand, including painting and casting. I actually have the same one that is old and one that is new (Ivy), and I treasure them both as you can really see how he made his mannequins so very well. She stands approximately 13 ½ tall and has a forehead circumference of approximately 21. She does have a large curl in the front. You can put large hats over it or smaller head-hugging hats behind it. She has blonde hair, unusual side-glancing hand painted lavender eyes, and great make-up. She also has tiny holes in her earlobes for displaying post earrings. Please look at the pictures, as they are part of the description. Daisy is in perfect, like-new condition, with perhaps a bit of shelf wear on the bottom, hardly worth mentioning. She is marked one the bottom: Decoeyes, 5-15-4 and Daisy. The following was one of Decoeyes favorite quotes (and I can see why). There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only are this man’s lawful prey! Decoeyes mannequins are the ONLY ones I know of that are EXACT reproductions of vintage ones. It’s nice to have one of the old ones but they invariably have chips, cracks, have been repainted (sometimes very crudely), and who knows what? And most are made of plaster, which isn’t nearly as durable as the resin that was used by Decoeyes. Im sure you will love this mannequin head, as I did for so many years! The item “Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Daisy” is in sale since Sunday, February 26, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Advertising\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Mannequins”. The seller is “somewhereintime6766″ and is located in Nesconset, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: DECO EYES
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Daisy
Aug 192017
 
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
My mannequin heads were made by Decoeyes (Jerry & Susie) in the U. Since Jerrys mannequin heads were so well made, I found them to be completely addictive and I have a lot of them. I will be listing them whenever I can, but this will take time. I used them mainly for photography and many are like new but others have sustained some bumps and bruises, which I will describe to the best of my ability and include in the pictures. These were made of some sort of resin and are nearly unbreakable. There were ones that were cast in what he called Waxi-Cast and I believe I can point those out, as they have a darker complexion than the rest. They were all cast from original mannequin heads of the period and all work was done by hand, including painting and casting. I actually have the same one that is old and one that is new (Ivy), and I treasure them both as you can really see how he made his mannequins so very well. She stands approximately 14 ½ tall and has a forehead circumference of approximately 19 3/8. She is one of the ones that has sustained some bumps and bruises, but not bad at all. The worst that I can see are two nicks in the paint just above her right ear (as you are looking at the picture). There are also a couple of small marks on the same side on her base. Other than that, she may have a few specks that are so small, I missed them. I believe she is one that has been cast in Waxi-Cast, as her complexion is a bit darker than the others I have. She also has tiny holes in her earlobes for displaying post earrings–I’m not sure these will work for your earrings, as they are very small. She has brown hair, hand painted light green eyes, and great make-up. Please look at the pictures, as they are part of the description. She is marked one the bottom: Decoeyes, 1-17-4 and Alice followed by the number 8. The following was one of Decoeyes favorite quotes (and I can see why). There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only are this man’s lawful prey! Decoeyes mannequins are the ONLY ones I know of that are EXACT reproductions of vintage ones. It’s nice to have one of the old ones but they invariably have chips, cracks, have been repainted (sometimes very crudely), and who knows what? And most are made of plaster, which isn’t nearly as durable as the resin that was used by Decoeyes. Im sure you will love this mannequin head, as I did for so many years! The item “Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice” is in sale since Sunday, March 05, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Advertising\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Mannequins”. The seller is “somewhereintime6766″ and is located in Nesconset, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: DECO EYES
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Aug 192017
 
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
My mannequin heads were made by Decoeyes (Jerry & Susie) in the U. Since Jerrys mannequin heads were so well made, I found them to be completely addictive and I have a lot of them. I will be listing them whenever I can, but this will take time. I used them mainly for photography and many are like new but others have sustained some bumps and bruises, which I will describe to the best of my ability and include in the pictures. These were made of some sort of resin and are nearly unbreakable. There were ones that were cast in what he called Waxi-Cast and I believe I can point those out, as they have a darker complexion than the rest. They were all cast from original mannequin heads of the period and all work was done by hand, including painting and casting. I actually have the same one that is old and one that is new (Ivy), and I treasure them both as you can really see how he made his mannequins so very well. She stands approximately 14 ½ tall and has a forehead circumference of approximately 19 3/8. She is one of the ones that has sustained some bumps and bruises, but not bad at all. The worst that I can see are two nicks in the paint just above her right ear (as you are looking at the picture). There are also a couple of small marks on the same side on her base. Other than that, she may have a few specks that are so small, I missed them. I believe she is one that has been cast in Waxi-Cast, as her complexion is a bit darker than the others I have. She also has tiny holes in her earlobes for displaying post earrings–I’m not sure these will work for your earrings, as they are very small. She has brown hair, hand painted light green eyes, and great make-up. Please look at the pictures, as they are part of the description. She is marked one the bottom: Decoeyes, 1-17-4 and Alice followed by the number 8. The following was one of Decoeyes favorite quotes (and I can see why). There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only are this man’s lawful prey! Decoeyes mannequins are the ONLY ones I know of that are EXACT reproductions of vintage ones. It’s nice to have one of the old ones but they invariably have chips, cracks, have been repainted (sometimes very crudely), and who knows what? And most are made of plaster, which isn’t nearly as durable as the resin that was used by Decoeyes. Im sure you will love this mannequin head, as I did for so many years! The item “Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice” is in sale since Sunday, March 05, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Advertising\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Mannequins”. The seller is “somewhereintime6766″ and is located in Nesconset, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: DECO EYES
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1930s Style Store Hat Display Alice
Aug 192017
 
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole
My mannequin heads were made by Decoeyes (Jerry & Susie) in the U. Since Jerrys mannequin heads were so well made, I found them to be completely addictive and I have a lot of them. I will be listing them whenever I can, but this will take time. I used them mainly for photography and many are like new but others have sustained some bumps and bruises, which I will describe to the best of my ability and include in the pictures. These were made of some sort of resin and are nearly unbreakable. There were ones that were cast in what he called Waxi-Cast and I believe I can point those out, as they have a darker complexion than the rest. They were all cast from original mannequin heads of the period and all work was done by hand, including painting and casting. I actually have one that is old and one that is new (Ivy), and I treasure them both as you can really see how he made his mannequin heads so well. The name of this mannequin head is Nicole. This is an exact quote from Decoeyes original description of Nicole. This is a replica of a 1920’s store display mannequin head. This display is 15″ tall and has a 22″ forehead circumference. These early Berlin, Germany models were the best available during this era. This head imparts a period euro look as a hat display and is about as pretty as they come. She has a very unique asymmetrical Eton bob hairstyle; the right side ends in the classical point trim while the left side terminates in a flirty chignon. The colors and detail style used are accurate to the flapper era and specifically to 20’s vogue Germany; this is how a display model in a truly vintage 1920s store would appear. This model is very close to what the original display appeared in its new, out-of-the box condition and consequently will display fine vintage apparel in an accurate and tasteful manner. The primary objective of Decoeyes is to duplicate a historically correct hat and jewelry shop display mannequin true to the golden era of mannequin production (the 1920’s through the 1950’s). We work very hard to create a model that closely resembles a new, mint-in-the-box original display from this era. “Old School” techniques are utilized and no compromises are accepted solely for the purpose of reducing material costs or saving time of labor. This model was cast with our own technique that we have named “Waxi-Cast”. The material used is a non-toxic and very durable urethane manufactured in the USA. The skin is formed with different layers of translucency and resembles the old wax heads of this era. There is a 1 1/4 hole in the bottom that safely permits display on a stand if you so desire. Apparel and stand are not included in the sale. There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only are this man’s lawful prey! Nicole has blonde hair, beautiful hand painted blue eyes, and lovely makeup. Her base is trimmed with metallic silver paint. She is marked on the bottom as follows: Decoeyes, 11-21-05. Her name isnt inscribed but I know she is Nicole. Nicole is in very good condition with a few small spots where the paint is missing, on the side of her head and on the back (see pictures). Decoeyes mannequins are the ONLY ones I know of that are EXACT reproductions of vintage ones. It’s nice to have one of the old ones but they invariably have chips, cracks, have been repainted (sometimes very crudely), and who knows what? And most are made of plaster, which isn’t nearly as durable as the resin that was used by Decoeyes. Im sure you will love this mannequin head, as I did for so many years! The item “Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole” is in sale since Monday, March 13, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Advertising\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Mannequins”. The seller is “somewhereintime6766″ and is located in Nesconset, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: DECO EYES
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Nicole
Aug 192017
 
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Emma
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Emma
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Emma
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Emma
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Emma
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Emma
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Emma
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Emma

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Emma
My mannequin heads were made by Decoeyes (Jerry & Susie) in the U. Since Jerrys mannequin heads were so well made, I found them to be completely addictive and I have a lot of them. I will be listing them whenever I can, but this will take time. I used them mainly for photography and many are like new but others have sustained some bumps and bruises, which I will describe to the best of my ability and include in the pictures. These were made of some sort of resin and are nearly unbreakable. There were ones that were cast in what he called Waxi-Cast and I believe I can point those out, as they have a darker complexion than the rest. They were all cast from original mannequin heads of the period. And all work was done by hand, including painting and casting. I actually have the same one that is old and one that is new (Ivy), and I treasure them both as you can really see how he made his mannequins so very well. She stands approximately 14 ½ tall and has a forehead circumference of approximately 19 ½. She is in excellent, almost like new, condition and will do a wonderful job of displaying your vintage hats. The only thing I can find is a tiny bit of shelf wear on the bottomnothing at all to be concerned about but I thought I should mention it and her hair may be a bit discolored, as it looks somewhat yellow to me. She also has tiny holes in her earlobes for displaying post earrings–I’m not sure these will work for your earrings, as they are very small. She has white/yellow–I think it was originally just plain white–hair, hand painted brown eyes, and fantastic make-up. Please look at the pictures, as they are part of the description. She is marked one the bottom: Decoeyes, 4-12-4 (I believe that stands for the date April 12, 2004, as that is approximately the time I was purchasing these mannequin heads), and Emma followed by the number 23. The following was one of Decoeyes favorite quotes (and I can see why). There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only are this man’s lawful prey! Jerry’s mannequin heads were always expensive and I have a fortune invested in this collection. Decoeyes mannequins are the ONLY ones I know of that are EXACT reproductions of vintage ones. It’s nice to have one of the old ones but they invariably have chips, cracks, have been repainted (sometimes very crudely), and who knows what? And most are made of plaster, which isn’t nearly as durable as the resin that was used by Decoeyes. Im sure you will love this mannequin head, as I did for so many years! The item “Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Emma” is in sale since Sunday, March 05, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Advertising\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Mannequins”. The seller is “somewhereintime6766″ and is located in Nesconset, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: DECO EYES
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1940s Style Store Hat Display Emma
Aug 192017
 
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Ruby
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Ruby
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Ruby
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Ruby
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Ruby
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Ruby
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Ruby
Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Ruby

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Ruby
My mannequin heads were made by Decoeyes (Jerry & Susie) in the U. Since Jerrys mannequin heads were so well made, I found them to be completely addictive and I have a lot of them. I will be listing them whenever I can, but this will take time. I used them mainly for photography and many are like new but others have sustained some bumps and bruises, which I will describe to the best of my ability and include in the pictures. These were made of some sort of resin and are nearly unbreakable. There were ones that were cast in what he called Waxi-Cast and I believe I can point those out, as they have a darker complexion than the rest. They were all cast from original mannequin heads of the period and all work was done by hand, including painting and casting. I actually have one that is old and one that is new (Ivy), and I treasure them both as you can really see how he made his mannequin heads so well. The name of this mannequin head is Ruby. The following is an exact quote from Decoeyes original description of Ruby. This is a precise REPLICA of a 1920’s department store display bust that was molded directly from a vintage model. This fine model has a very 20’s period look and is great for vintage apparel display. A near-mint original display results in a very nice mold that appears as a brand new 1920’s model. The height of this model is 15″ and the forehead circumference is 21 3/4″. The apparel shown is for display only and is not included in the sale. The primary objective of Decoeyes is to duplicate a historically correct hat and jewelry shop display mannequin true to the golden era of mannequin production (the 1920’s through the 1950’s). We work very hard to create a model that closely resembles a new, mint-in-the-box original display from this era. “Old School” techniques are utilized and no compromises are accepted solely for the purpose of reducing material costs or saving time of labor. This particular Ruby casting was one of the last done in our Waxi-Cast technique utilizing three “skin layers” of different translucencies and intrinsic colors. The materials that we utilized with these castings are no longer available and consequently our new models will be painted conventionally. There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only are this man’s lawful prey! The photos are of the exact mannequin that is being offered. She has red/blonde–actually looks like the color of copper without the metallic sheen strawberry blonde? Hair, hand painted green eyes, and wonderful make-up. Please look at the pictures, as they are part of the description. I feel sure the one I have is made in the Waxi-Cast technique, as she has the typical darker complexion and looks like wax. She appears to be in excellent, almost like-new condition, with perhaps a few tiny scuffs (no paint loss) from being around for so many years. There is one very small scuff on the top of her head near the forehead. It is not noticeable and you have to look for it. There is a small “mark” on the back of her base but I believe this happened during manufacturing and is not a damage. She is marked on the bottom as follows: Decoeyes, 2-4-07, Ruby. Decoeyes mannequins are the ONLY ones I know of that are EXACT reproductions of vintage ones. It’s nice to have one of the old ones but they invariably have chips, cracks, have been repainted (sometimes very crudely), and who knows what? And most are made of plaster, which isn’t nearly as durable as the resin that was used by Decoeyes. Im sure you will love this mannequin head, as I did for so many years! The item “Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Ruby” is in sale since Sunday, March 05, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Advertising\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Mannequins”. The seller is “somewhereintime6766″ and is located in Nesconset, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: DECO EYES
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Decoeyes Mannequin Head/Bust Vintage 1920s Style Store Hat Display Ruby