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The Stockman’s dressmaker’s form was created in 1867 by Frédéric Stockman, a young sculptor and disciple of Lavigne who invented the tailor’s dummies made from papier mâché. Stockman decided to open his own company, a very small one at first, with the idea of providing dressmakers with forms indifferent standardized sizes. The company grew up step by step and settled 150 rue Legendre in the 17th arrondissement of Paris.
A beautiful vintage women torse form, with a nice and steady wood support. 2 pieces available!
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|Material :||Paper-mache construction / Beige linen fabric covering|
|Made in :||France|
|Dimensions :||38 EU / 4 US|
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