Antique tea dress dates to the Edwardian Era from the beginning of the 20th Century through the Teens. It is made of white cotton with hand-embroidery and openwork throughout the bodice, at waistband, cuffs, and hem. Fitted bodice has pintucked detailing, ruffle collar, and 3/4-length sleeves. Center back button closure. Unlined.
Condition: Very good with a missing button and a faint stain on the front skirt. This dress could likely benefit from a soaking in Biz or Oxyclean
Vintage tea dress/gown dates to the 1910's and is made of white netting that features embroidery at the bodice. Squared neck. 3/4-length sleeves. Center back hook and eye closures. Unlined. No size label, but fits like a US 6.
Vintage dress from Ann Buck dates to the 1970's and is made of slate blue matte jersey. It features a sheer lace panel at center front bust and suede accents. Attached tie ties at center back waist. Unlined. No closures.
We estimate this dress to fit a US size 2/4.
Condition: Good. Some faint staining on back right shoulder (see photograph).
Vintage cocktail or day dress from Chester Weinberg dates to the 1960's and is made of a black wool blend fabric that has a geometric pattern in three shades of pink. High neckline has a large center front bow. Patch pockets at front hips. Long sleeves with three buttons at the cuffs. Center front button closure. Lined.
Condition: Good. Some small moth bites that have not gone all the way through and are difficult to notice because of the pattern in the fabric. Please contact for additional photos.