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Quiltex Baby Girl Bunting Set, probably 1940's or 1950's

Quiltex Baby Girl Bunting Set, probably 1940's or 1950's

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: satin like lining, Soft Fleece, Satin Ribbon, White Lace
  • Favorited by: 4 people
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Three Piece Quiltex Quality Products Bunting Fur Girls Style Style 880 - Probably made in the 1950s -
The bunting blanket, the coat and bonnet - with original box -

Amazing condition - It's still in the original box, I'm not sure it was ever worn - zipper works

I am going to take some more pics in the morning, I just didn't get the color exactly right in the ones shown - pic. 1 and 4 are closer to the color than the others, but it is a beautiful soft baby girl pink!

The Bunting, Coat and Hat are trimmed with beautiful white lace and white satin ribbon The coat has two beautiful pearl buttons (see pic. 4) -

The bunting blanket is 26 1/2 inches from top to bottom - 33 inches wide -

There is a very unusual feature in this set - Starting at the bottom of the bunting there is a plastic lining extending 15 inches from the bottom - I'm sure many of you are saying "why on earth?" This is one reason I think this bunting set goes at least as far back as the 1950's - Pampers were introduced in the mid to late 1960's I believe - This protection took care of the baby who was wearing a cloth diaper - As I understand before disposable diapers and nice plastic pants, the waterproof pants that went over the cloth diaper was actually a "rubber pant" -

The coat is 10 inches long - The coat is approximately 13 inches from shoulder to shoulder

For international rate contact me -

Non-smoking Non-pet home -
Three Piece Quiltex Quality Products Bunting Fur Girls Style Style 880 - Probably made in the 1950s -
The bunting blanket, the coat and bonnet - with original box -

Amazing condition - It's still in the original box, I'm not sure it was ever worn - zipper works

I am going to take some more pics in the morning, I just didn't get the color exactly right in the ones shown - pic. 1 and 4 are closer to the color than the others, but it is a beautiful soft baby girl pink!

The Bunting, Coat and Hat are trimmed with beautiful white lace and white satin ribbon The coat has two beautiful pearl buttons (see pic. 4) -

The bunting blanket is 26 1/2 inches from top to bottom - 33 inches wide -

There is a very unusual feature in this set - Starting at the bottom of the bunting there is a plastic lining extending 15 inches from the bottom - I'm sure many of you are saying "why on earth?" This is one reason I think this bunting set goes at least as far back as the 1950's - Pampers were introduced in the mid to late 1960's I believe - This protection took care of the baby who was wearing a cloth diaper - As I understand before disposable diapers and nice plastic pants, the waterproof pants that went over the cloth diaper was actually a "rubber pant" -

The coat is 10 inches long - The coat is approximately 13 inches from shoulder to shoulder

For international rate contact me -

Non-smoking Non-pet home -

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