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Victorian Indian Maiden wedding gown with fringe and lace in off white satin.
From the 1887, this gorgeous gown was actually a graduation dress in Toppenish, Washington. Yes, Toppenish is a Native American name and the dress has this lovely Victorian Indian Maiden style to it. Unfortunately, this dress is going to need some re-purposing. Trust me, it is worth it. It is a rare design and needs to be saved. The problem is the satin on the collar has tears. The rest of the fabric is strong. The good news is that I have extra original fabric that was stored with the dress that I believe might be enough to solve the problem. I believe another attractive solution would be to have someone who embroiders use silk off-white thread and embroider a white on white subtle design over the torn areas. Beading may also be a solution. It is a small size measuring 16.5 inches across shoulders, 18 inches across blousey chest, 14.5 inches across waist, 57 inches from shoulder to bottom with a 3 inch hem. The dress wraps around draping the fringe around the bottom with grace. The waist is empire. There is boning on the neck. It is truly amazing.

Victorian Wedding Dress Fringe Lace Off White Satin Wedding Gown Indian Maiden

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: satin, satin fringe
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 933 reviews
  • Favorited by: 17 people