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Life-size Venetian Victoria Figure 4.5 5 97 103
Venetian Victoria She's a new addition to our horror garden for this year, so haven't had the opportunity to test her for a long period yet... But she looks wonderful... plan on doing a few touch ups [black nails will look great on her hands]... but foresee no issues... Since I've started doing business with grandinroad we've been very happy with their products and customer service... August 16, 2014
Amazing for the price! I purchased the Life-size Venetian Victoria Halloween Figure for my Halloween Benefit Party this year and she was a HIT! First, some minor alterations...I painted her nails black with a permanent magic marker, then I added eyelashes to her eyes to make them stand out more. I then took a thin metal stake and attached it to her arms underneath her gown so her arms would be outstretched. I removed her from the base she came with and hung her from invisible fishing line in the master bedroom with a fan blowing her flowing gown...I also had strobe lights facing the front and back of her. With her glowing red eyes, the strobe lights and fan, she looked like something out of a movie! My guests LOVED her! Completely worth the minimal investment for so much look! Love how she packs up in such a small box for storage too! I would highly recommend the Life-size Venetian Victoria Halloween Figure! November 5, 2012
Beautiful! I bought Victoria and Helsa as a set and we love them! So creepy, but also beautiful. A wonderful purchase that the family enjoyed immensely. July 23, 2014
Realistic I love love love this one....she is scary even when I set her up in the daytime! I love the detail they put into her. The stand is a bit flimsy but other than that she is perfect. July 16, 2014
Creepy Beauty Just recieved my Venetian Victoria in just 5 days of placing my order. Prompt and fast delievery! She was indeed easy to assemble, she seems as tall as my husband who's 5'10, maybe its the pole that's holding up her torso/head. Her hair looks and feels like cobweb material, I do wish she was a full body prop though, some of the dress fabric is glued and I'm trying to figure out what moves and what won't. Behind her head I found the light switch for her eyes, which worked fine. Her face/hands seems too plastic, I was hoping to have (and keep) her hands together or sturdier to pose them with, but they don't stay put. Also, like most have advised the stand seems it would easily fall with the slightest wind. But she's for our apt and she looks amazing in blacklight stobes! I would have given 5 stars if she had a body, workable arms/hands and didn't look like a plastic mask. But for this price and speedy service, I'm so thrilled to add her to my Halloween decorations, no regrets! Thanks to everyone who answered my question about her! October 2, 2012
not bad for the price I buy ALOT of Hallween decorations, I always look forward to your email with your new Halloween options and that is where i found this gorgeous gal. for the price it is okay, I do not like the fact that her hair is only on the sides of her head and not the cack because it limits my display options but over all I love her August 23, 2011
Life-size Venetian Victoria Figure Definitely life-size. Victoria is stunning and elegant. We used her as the unexpected "welcoming committee" outside our 2nd floor elevator at the office and received tons of compliments. One of girls liked her so much she copied the costume and became the "live Victoria" at the costume party. June 13, 2014
Was Disappointed in quaity...already broke. Was excited to see a lot of great items at GrandinRoad and spent over $600 so far. I liked the look of the Victoria Figure, but perhaps it was the scene and lighting setup for the catalog as the product is not great quality. The wig is more like bad yarn, instead of wig hair. Although she has a lot of flowing material, which is nice, its almost too heavy for the arms. But the worse part, is the flimsy cheap stand for such a semi expensive prop. I buy a lot of Halloween stuff..alot... but the prop stand for Victoria is so cheap, that its already broke. I put her together and she has stood in my garage for a week now. I turned on the fan, the wind blew and she blew over and the stand broke. The single plastic rod stand is not sufficient. The 4 leg bottom stand, is ok for a flat concrete surface. It will not stand on its on on anything not level or on grass. Her Dress material is heavy, and does help at some point to stable the prop, but at the same time, it also its its downfall since the frame is so cheap. I now have to rig some kind of stand, perhaps Duct tape the plastic rods together where they snap together and next year build new frame. Also will replace her hair and smudge her face a little as its too white and the blood is too red. She does look good, but beware of the stand. I was very upset when the stand snapped from the blowing wind of a fan. October 1, 2013
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Would love this for my front lawn. Live in NY. Pretty mild in October. Not too much rain. Which one would do better outdoors--Venetian Victoria or Haunting Helsa? Are their faces plastic or latex?
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We appreciate your interest in this item. Both Venetian Victoria and Haunting Helsa have plastic faces and would be suitable for outdoor use.
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VV has plastic hands and face. I would put her outside only for an evening but bring her back In For the night.
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I have Victoria. From what I see, her face is Latex and it looks like a thin layer. Her hands are plastic. I do not know about Helsa.
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Their faces are plastic...so I am not sure how either of them will hold up outside. I am sure if you only put them out the night of Halloween or the night of a party...you would be fine. I ordered both and Victoria's dress is much better quality than Helsa's. But...Helsa is super creepy looking the way she just stares off. I am not disappointed with either purchase.
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As they're both made from same materials, I would ONLY put them outside if there's absolutely no rain! Their faces seem to be porcelain...you must be careful when storing/using them so they don't break. Description says to use outside in a covered area...but I always use my own discretion...but wouldn't let them get wet!
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Either one would be great outdoors. Their faces are made of plastic. I however prefer to keep inside where they really decorate up the place nicely. It is like living in a house that is haunted. I have Haunting Helsa stairing out my upstairs window. From outside looking in she looks really scary. Hope this helps.
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Cannot see using this outside. Faces are plastic "mask" over pressed heavy cardboard head/neck shoulders. If she gets wet I think she would be damaged, not to mention the glowing eyes would be destroyed.
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As per the recommendation in the catalog it is best used in a covered area. It may be ok if she's placed under a full tree ? Her Dress is very gausy, het face is plastic and looks pretty durable. I would hate to see her ruined or worse...get swiped! I'd keep her close to home. I love her and think you would not be disappointed.
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I personally wouldn't put her out on the lawn unless the weather is dry and calm. I don't think her attire would hold up well in bad weather, Don't be surprised if she dissapears if left unattended in the yard. This thing is cool!
Faces and hands are a molded plastic type material.
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I would not suggest keeping either prop in the yard, I have both Victoria and Helsa and I plan on ony setting them out in the yard on Halloween and then taking them down the same night. they would not do well in the rain, or long term Sun exposure. they appear to be foam core with Plastic over it for the head and the hands are plastic.
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Heads are plastic
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what is underneath the garments and what is holding her up? Is just a wire frame and no body or plastic mold body? How bout Haunting Helsa?
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There is no body under fabric. It is one long pole with stand. The head/shoulders attach to pole You can adjust her arms and the arms are wire underneath. Very easy to assemble.

I do not have Haunting Helsa.
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Venetian Victoria "body" is a post/pole. I plan to add white plastic grocery bags to fill her out.
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It has a lightweight plastic T frame and will need to be weighted down if outside. remember, the effect we want to see is on the exterior. If you desire a sturdier frame one can be made from PVC pipes and modified to fit.
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nothing is underneath the garments. She is on a pole....that being said....you cannot tell that she does not have a body under her garments. You will be fine as long as you do not back light her.
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There's nothing underneath her garments. The stand is similar to PVC pipe. She stands life sized, and her dress moves if there is even the slightest breeze. In the darkness/low light, she looks really creepy. I wouldn't recommend her in daylight setting though because her face looks too plastic and a little too shiny. I am really particular about our party decorations and for the money, she was a great find. I was pleasantly surprised...
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She is a plastic base and metal pole. Cardboard shoulders, wire and padded arm are moveable. Head is plastic "mask" over head mold.
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A pole.
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Both Victoria and Helsa are on "Christmas tree" like bases supported with a metal pole under her skirt. Their undergarments are a sheer crinoline to provide volume and flow to their dresses.Arms are wire covered in foam (heavy duty) and they are poseable. No problems, they are well made to last and quality is uncomparable to most Halloween stuff you see out there. .
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It is a pole inside a stand. It comes in 3 Parts. The poles insert into the bottom stand. She is mostly head/shoulders and arms.
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There is no body. There is a metal rod with a plastic base which the dress covers nicely.
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Victoria as well as other similar props i've purchased Helsa, Victor, and Selena all have consisted of a head and sholders of foam core covered in plastic... the arms are wire which conected to plastic hands. there is no body, only a plastic pole which breaks down into three parts and connects to a base which also breaks down for easy storage. I'm very happy with all the items i've received. they do require some stuffing for a more life like look.
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The pole is metal. It comes in three sections that easily snap together using heavy plastic connectors, and the pole sits in a heavy plastic base that has four legs for stability. I found it very easy to assemble. The pole at the top fits into the bottom of the head. Her costume is so intricate and heavy that the hardest part was separating all the layers to find the spot under the head where the pole fits. The weight of the costume seems to weigh this down pretty well. It seems stable to me, but if you were worried about that, it would be easy to place something weighted under her long skirt to add stability.
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