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VTG 1950s Mexican Apron hand woven

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Interesting pleated half apron from the late forties, early fifties. Hand-dyed in a bright watermelon pink and hand-woven with cream yarn with a typical border and bird motif. Most likely brought home as a souvenir textile from a special trip to Mexico. Wonderful 2 color label reads "Cas-Cer TEXTILES TEJIDOS A MANO, COLORES FIRMES, marca reg. hecho en mexico with an image of a man at a loom. Long like a baker's apron for extra coverage for bread making etc.

Measurements: 23" waistband, 22' ties, 27" long skirt

Condition: has a small mend center front just under band, but no stains, spots, tears or other damage, washed and pressed

I am happy to ship Internationally, just convo and I will add to shipping list

VTG 1950s Mexican Apron hand woven

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Material: cotton
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 630 reviews
  • Favorited by: 13 people