Vintage gown from Halston dates to the 1970s and retailed at Sara Fredericks. It is made of fire engine red chiffon with red bugle beads throughout. Halter with cowl neck and open back. Detached belt is fully beaded on one side. Lined with red chiffon. Center back snap and hook and eye closures.
No size label but we estimate it to be a size 0-2.Please refer to measurements.
Condition very good with some small holes in the chiffon in the waist and hip area. The holes have been mended and are partially concealed by the hang of the belt. There is some darkening in the beads throughout, though it is irregular enough that it is only noticeable on close inspection. A very few small areas of missing beads throughout, though it is not noticeable due to the overall density of the beading.
Bust: Approximately 32” Waist: 24-25” Hips: Open Center Back Length: 58” Skirt Length: 42”
Black cotton long dress is likely from Palestine. Brightly colored hand-embroidery in blue, green, yellow, and various shades and tones of red covers the chest, hem, and sleeves. Angled sleeve is trimmed with red cotton and hangs down the side of the dress almost to the hem. Keyhole neckline with tie. A-line silhouette. Blue velvet trim at hem.
Condition: Very good- some small repairs throughout
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 dress dates to the Edwardian Era from the beginning of the 20th Century through the Teens. It is made of white linen with panels of crocheted lace. Round neck with lace trim. Short sleeves. Center back button closure. Unlined.
Condition: Very good to excellent with light rust stains where the hooks and eyes are. This is concealed when garment is on the body. Additionally there are a few breaks in the lace at the side neckline.
Vintage oversized piano shawl dates to the 1920's during the Art Deco era. Black silk ground is densely hand-embroidered with images of butterflies and flowers of various sizes. Fringed trim has wide band of macrame at the point where it meets the shawl.
Condition: Excellent. Fading in embroidery in upper corner.