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Vintage wrapper, Downton Abbey, 1920-30s, flower print dressing gown for your next morning in the breakfast room with Lord Grantham.

Sweet old piece of history, this darling dressing gown is probably made of rayon, but it might be silk---we can't tell because one of us likes to do the "burn test" on fabric and the other one of us(me) thinks that people would rather not know exactly what the fabric is if it means buying a piece of clothing with a hole burned in it.

So, I got that out of the way, good.

Pretty shade of cream with bright flowers printed on the front, back and sleeves. Kimono style sleeves and a generous cut make this wearable by a normal size person-like us.

This wrapper is about knee length, we don't have any type of tie for it, but then again there are no belt loops either, maybe you were just meant to wrap it around yourself as you sat in your boudoir wating for your maid to come in to do your hair. There is a hole in the right sleeve, measures about 1/2 in. across, spool of thread is for scale. We can try to fix it for you so it is not so obvious if you would like.

Measurements coming later tonight.

Vintage wrapper, Downton Abbey, 1920-30s, robe, flower print, cream, art deco, flapper, dressing gown


  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Only ships within United States.
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