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ROOTSTEIN Vintage Female Mannequin Realistic Natural Full Life Size RARE LS5



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  • Extremely rare supermodel in a gorgeous, elegant pose

  • Soft, versatile makeup

  • Separates at both legs, both arms & hands

  • Bold eyelashes and pierced ears

  • Original Rootstein glass base with foot spike is included - She naturally leans a little to the right

  • highest quality from Adel Rootstein. Rootstein mannequins are the absolute top of the line, collectable mannequins and are used in every top designers' windows. They are the highest quality fiberglass and will last FOREVER. This mannequin is truly an investment.
    Rootstein is no longer in business so these are very rare and no longer able to be purchased new

  • wigs, accessories and/or clothing are not included

  • Original condition with minor imperfections, as shown in photos link. Used, imperfect but presents so beautifully that you may never really notice any issues

  • may show evidence of: former repairs, bumps, scuffs, fading, paint chipping, dings, hairline cracks  - see photo album link provided above



Era circa:  1989

Designer: Rootstein

Made in: USA

Color(s): -

Material(s):  fiberglass

Condition: good used 

Name: Dianne DeWitt

Collection: Lipstick, Compact, Impact

Code: LS9




Height: 71"

Bust: 33"

Waist: 24

Hip: 34


Heel Height: 4 1/2"



  • mannequin
  • original Rootstein glass base with foot spike


About the model

Dianne DeWitt is a Fashion model of her time from print ads to the runway she was the model from the 80's to the 90's. She was also an actress that is e known for Bright Lights, Big City (1988), 48 Hours (1988). Oscar de la Renta about her, ''I don't usually like apple-pie blondes, but I do love Dianne de Witt's looks. She has great elegance, an interesting face and she certainly knows how to walk.''


Note: we allow 10 days from purchase for shipping to ensure that your mannequin is packaged as secure as possible but we usually ship much faster

~Dianne DeWitt LS5~ by Rootstein

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