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This item sold on October 29, 2012.

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This amazing dress is fascinatingly detailed. Gorgeous lush real metallic lace, great military-inspired stripes to collar, cuffs and most especially the skirt, which has little tassle detail to the bottom tiers.

This dress seems like it is about 1910-1913, and possibly had a separate skirt, that'd go a bit longer (a la Paul Poiret) originally. It also could just be built for a smaller woman. Either way, its metallic details, and high waist are very first season Downton Abbey :)

This dress is in remarkably wearable condition and is both a fashion inspiration and a shining example of design history.

Materials: Wool, metallic lace, cream bodice insert-backing, Mother of Pearl buckles, metallic and cord trim.

All measurements taken flat, please double if applicable:
width-shoulder: 12.50"
length-sleeve: 17"
length-garment: 44"
length-dress: calf
width-bust: 17"
width-waist: 17"
width-hip: 23"
measurement-note: 12.5" from armpit to edge. 3" collar belt is 35" with two buckles, 32" hem width

Condition: Small flea bite holes. Mark to lining under metallic lace and snag to lace. Please see big photos above, and email for further pics if needed!

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Gorgeous Edwardian 1910s Dress, Metallic Lace trim, Navy Blue wool Gabardine, MOP buckles, POIRET Style

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: Wool, Trim, Lace, Metallic
  • Feedback: 15 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Kentucky, United States
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