Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Pink Early Edwardian Ensamble

From the seller:

A very stylish circa 1904 lady's two piece cotton very lightly printed patterned and directionally pleated pale pink ensemble with a fashionable Empire style jacket made to be worn over a blouse. Trimmed in bobbin lace with a side of front link and snap closure. The unlined skirt has a gored front, a cartridge pleated back with a snap closure, and a four tiered ruffled hem. Shown over a black blouse and petticoats that are not included. A 36" bust, 24" waist, and 51" from shoulder to front hem. In good clean sound a found condition, with a few very tiny age flaws, one 1/2" opening and two small mended tears in the folds of the skirt. A very Spring like Edwardian era ensemble to brighten a dreary Winter day.

From Me:

This would not be worn during the winter. This is a perfect summery ensemble. Happy Ginsie's (my puppy dog who happens to be ginger and white) Birthday!!!!! She's 10 today!

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