* Great for Masks, Dolls, and Small Statues
* Bend yourself for custom fit
* Professional display presentation
* Can be used in many configurations
* Use for a variety of objects
* click here for YouTube video
12"H T-arms can be bent to hold masks. These are more rigid then our other "T"-arms and are not softenend. These are harder to bend but will support more weight. The upright is about 1/4". The top bar is about 1/8" x about 10" across. The base is .5" acrylic. *Note: Avoid putting pressure on soldered joints when bending.
* click here for a video of a mask being mounted
*Nice and sturdy, but easy enough to bend into shape, and the price feels right for the quality. It looks good and does the job without detracting from the actual display piece. W.G. (Greenwich, CT USA)
*Great product, quick shipping. I wish there were instructions on fitting a mask to the bars though. Great price. Be careful it scratches easy. - Rebecca
*The arms are a little difficult to shape but once in place it does the job. - LD
*Exactly what I wanted, Very pleased with all assects of sale!!!! - P Marshall
*Stands work well for a tall mask as well as small ones. The video was key to making the display stands work. - Barbara B, CO
*The stand was as described and very sturdy to support my African mask which is made of wood. - Deedee
*We bought some Congo masks and these stands were wonderful to display them. I bought two and put it on my end tables. They are sturdy enough and really great for the price. - Grace C
Armature holders, can be used for displaying and holding a variety of artifacts and figurines like Egyptian Ushabtis, Olmec masks, small Bi, Coreform glass, small bronzes, Roman glass, Greek bronze figurines, Faience glass, Terracotta figures, Hellenistic art, Mycenaean figures or blades, Byzantine crosses, small Mezcala figures and small masks, Colima artifacts, Mayan gold figures, small masks, Aztec gold and artifacts, Chavin art, Moche figures, Quimbaya gold artifacts, Pre Columbian Celts, gold figures, and small jade masks, Cycladic figurines, small Inuit figures, Indian arrowheads, Chinese Tang, Ming, Ching dynasty art and jade Chinese Bi's, small African masks, Nordic artifacts, Japanese Tsubas, and artifacts, and small collectible dolls.
Mounting art work can increase its value and make it more presentable to the viewer.