Friday, February 12, 2010

Organize and Display Your Jewelry with a Jewelry Mannequin

mannequin jewelry organizer

Jewelry mannequins were something totally new to me in 2007, when I first wrote about them. Now they're a familiar option - but the choices have changed over the years, so it's time for an update.

First, let's admire the mannequin jewelry organizers from YoungWorks; they're all hand-made. This one wears a Victorian-period style gown, but many different styles are available. Update on Oct. 18, 2011: I don't see an jewelry mannequins at this site any more.

butterfly lady jewelry mannequin

EchoMerx makes a wide range of jewelry stands. One of the more unusual options are the butterfly ladies, such as this one. Update on Feb. 9, 2011: The "jewelry stand" tab on the EchoMerx web site now takes me to JewelryNanny, which has the butterfly ladies.

jewellery mannequin

Over in the U.K., you can get jewellery mannequins from Home Interiors. Update on Oct. 18, 2011: This product line appears to have been discontinued.

2 jewelery mannequins, African-inspired look

Lady Sophisticate has some unusual mannequin jewelry organizers, including these African-inspired ones. Update on Oct. 18, 2011: Lady Sophisticate no longer carries these products, but I found them here.

dress frame jewelry holder

Finally, the dress frame jewelry holder is another, related choice. "Drape with jewelry or push earrings and pins into the foam/linen bust."

Related Post:
The Joy of Jewelry Mannequins


Cynthia Friedlob said...

These are charming! I clicked to refresh my mind about the previous post and found the mannequin featuring Audrey Hepburn's "My Fair Lady" dress. I think it is just fabulous, although totally unsuitable for me.

I've decided I must need several spaces that I can decorate in totally different styles. All lovely and all uncluttered, of course!

billf said...

I would need to get about 1,000 of these for my wife :-)

Jeri Dansky said...

Cynthia, I relate to that sentiment. I'm a huge Audrey Hepburn fan, so I loved that mannequin, too - but it's not something I need or want in my own home.