Sunday, July 2, 2017

1890's Day Dress

From the seller:

This is a great cotton walking dress. it is in the Color of robin egg blue with gold stripes. it is accented with beautiful black Chantilly lace. the skirt is in great wearable shape with just a few small pin holes, I believe these can easily be darned. pictures show, the skirt has inverted pleats in the back. it has vertical pencil pleats. the bodice is in great wearable shape. it has a few breaks in the lace that can be easily fixed. the bodice is lined in cotton that does have staining, but it does not go through, this is a nice piece to add to your collection.
shoulders 14"
bust 34"
skirt longer in the back
waist
Sold As Is
Color of item may be slightly off from what you see.
I am human and therefore I may have missed minor flaws.
These are Antique clothing items. there will or could be rips, holes, stains snags, odors, hem lines coming lose. unseen flaws. you might even get a moth... I will do my best to point these out.
Measurements are amateur.
I will reuse shipping materials.
Everything is shipped with tracking.
I DO NOT SHIP INTERNATIONALLY!!!
NO RETURNS OR REFUNDS, unless I have horridly misrepresented an item.
ALL SALES ARE FINAL.
Sold AS IS.
Feel free to message me questions before the last 24hr for a reply.
Product may be shown with accessory's they are not included in the sale.
Products may be shown with a slip, petticoat, or dress form. these are not included with the sale.
I am a collector of Antique clothing, take a look at my other items you might find another treasure!
I have more antique clothing at Lillys Linen And Lace
Thank You for looking
 29"

length front 31"
length rear 34"

clearly hand made lovely example for repair or display and so forth

as is no refunds or returns


From me:
*sigh* There is no such thing as "wearable" when it comes to a dress that is 120+ years old! There just isn't! Can the seller not see the shredding in the silk around the neckline?

We learn from these dresses, we do not wear these dresses.

This one is doesn't appear to be robin egg blue to me.  It appears to be a light bluish grey with a pale gold stripe.   Based on the ridiculous sleeves, it's very 1890's.

1896 Fashion Plate

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