Vintage jacket dates to the Edwardian era during the early part of the 20th century. It is made of cotton tape lace that is hand tacked together in a swirling and rhythmic pattern. Black silk taffeta edging. Unlined. Single hook and eye closure at front bust.
Condition: Good to very good. With the tape lace having been tacked in multiple areas throughout by a professional seamstress, however there still remains a number of loose or disconnected areas that should be mended prior to wearing. The lacy crochet detailing on princess seams is tighter in some areas than others.
Bust: 34-36" Waist: 30-32" Hips: 34-36” Across Shoulders: approximately 16" Sleeve Length: approximately 25" Center Back Length: 26 1/2"
Beautiful gown dates to the Edwardian era and is made of ivory Battenburg lace. Squared scoop neckline. Lace is gathered at center lower back, just above the buttocks. Short sleeves. Lined with a very fine silk. Closes in back with a series of snaps and hooks and eyes.
No size label, but fits a size 2-4.
Condition: Very good with some faint stains throughout.
Bust: 34" Waist: 26" Hip: Open Across Shoulder: approximately 15 1/2" Sleeve Length: approximately 7" Length from Shoulder Seam to Front Hem: 56" Length from Shoulder Seam to Back Hem: 58 1/2"
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.