Friday, November 23, 2012

Gray 1860's Dress

From the seller:

A stunning 1860’s gray silk and organdy dress that has been de-accessioned from a major New York City auction. The dress is one piece. The front of the skirt is trimmed with organdy and lace done in an apron style. The sleeves have a puffed top. The bodice is lined with cotton and has a front button closure. The skirt has a long back sweep and is lined with cotton. The dress is in as found condition. There is mild underarm discoloration, light soiling on the front of the bodice a three inch split on the back of the train and scattered soil marks on the edge of the hemline. There are a few small holes in the organdy fabric. Bust34 Waist 24 Front skirt length 43 Back skirt length 65 Width at hemline 140. Items

From Me:

Yeap, that seller again. I'm sorry I didn't get the earlier pictures!

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