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Shelley in SC

Wow . . . how fascinating to get the whole "behind the scenes" story. This really is a treasure!! Can't wait to see more : )

 Queen of Dreamsz

Gasp! Let me get my vapors. :0) I'm another dress form collector..he is so sweet..yes, indeed, he would have come home with me too. ♥ What a fabulous find.

Have a wonderful day,
Stephanie ♥


Your 'manny' has a charming history & has found a wonderful new home! I'm looking forward to seeing what else you found! :)


Love your new little guy! What a wonderful find, and I know he's in the BEST of homes!!! Hugs, TErri xoxo


You did good girl! You did very, very good! And he is perfect standing right where he is! You were so lucky being in the right place at the right time!


well it's a tad cooler here after a big storm blew thru, but I broke a sweat seeing your precious new "manny" ... he's fabulous!
Oh SUE! you have THE best eye for treasure, his arm is especially endearing to me and such history too ... he is an absolute treasure ... but you already know that ;)

Autumn Clark

Wow, he is way cool! I can see his arm bent to hold a wire basket filled with treasures and think he would be amazing propped against a tall ladder back chair filled with other amazing treasures. All I can say is WOW!


He is wonderful!! Really just wonderful. I would so love to photograph that form, it brings out such curious emotions. I'm glad you have it and he has found such a wonderful new home!

Mrs. Magpie

Okay, I am now wondering... how on earth did I miss these posts? I know I follow your blog. I can't figure this out. Boy, I would have been furious if I hadn't been able to see that super neat manequin. He is the absolute bee's knees! I can see why you are thrilled beyond words. And your fern stands are cool, too.

Now speaking of cool, it is hot. I live in Florida. 'Nuff said. ;-)


Sheila :-)

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 Danny Riddell

Actually, it's a bit weird. But then again, that's your passion. If you got it for a bargain, I salute you!

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