This cluster of Belgian wig moulds (circa 1890) would look great on a console. $899
The current trend of using mannequins in interior design tends to elicit more of a light-hearted and humorous response rather than a philosophical or political one as a work of art might do. As the profession of Interior design most assuredly encompasses many aspects of fine art theory and philosophy, it differs in that it is a trade created solely for clients. It is another form of art, but in the end, dictated mostly by practical concerns. Having been originally been manufactured as decorative objects for commercial use, mannequins allow interior designers to insert a bit of whimsy and perhaps even a more quiet human statement into their designs.
|Elegant apartment in France|
|Angel dress form, $145|
|Mannequin with cone and sphere by Man Ray|
|Vintage hat mannequin head.|
|Broken Mannequin, $13.95|
| Flank these on either side of a modern |
white sofa accented with black pillows.
|Zig-Zag Dress form, $300|
|Mannequin hand, $275|
I found this doll-like bevy of lovely vintage mannequin heads and small mannequin all for sale on Ebay.
|1950's shop display mannequins, $499|
| "Mano" Roubini rug.|
To the trade.
|Buster Keaton and twin friend|
|Mannequin and Sculpture, 1940's.|
|This art mannequin|
belonged to my father.