One of my ideas was to go on twitter. So twitter on I did and how happy I was when I got a response. Not just any response, but the the grail of all responses. Someone in Colorado and near Denver, yes!!!!!
Rebecca at, http://www.facebook.com/maxandjaxvintage. Her twitter name is Maxnjaxvintage. She has this wonderful booth #68 at the Brass Armadillo. She remembered a vintage dress form with a cage, down the Nebraska row at the Brass Armadillo.
So without any further information, off I went, with fingers crossed. Was she the right style, how much, what condition and worst of all was she still there. As soon as I arrived at the shop the following day, I went straight into the store and bee lined my way down Nebraska Row. There she was, in a dark corner, waiting to come home.
To be honest , I do not know very much about her. All I know is that, Lady Elenor came from a dress factory in Kentucky and has wooden wheels. If anyone has information on the date of her, I would appreciate it.
Why the name Lady Elenor? Well, I am guessing that she is from the 1920's to 1930's based on the wheels and base. Therefore, I thought of my mothers, grandmother. Great grandmother Elenor. However, I couldn't call her great grandmother Elenor. So I decided, Lady Elornor had a perfect ring.
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