Delightful Edwardian era 1910s cotton and lace nightie.
All cotton with bodice and sleeves made from alternating rows of different cotton lace on a net lining. Under the bustline the lace is a cotton eyelet style that ribbon could easily be threaded through. The skirt of the nightie is in a medium-weight cotton, slightly gathered into bodice where it meets the lace. Does up a the back with buttons.
Measurements are measured flat on front of nightie only.Underarm and bust need to be doubled. Please allow room for movement.
Condition very good. Just a couple of very tiny pin-hole mends on skirt which are very hard to see. Still very wearable.
Please check measurements to be sure as waist measurements were very small and the girls shorter in the 1950s. Measurements are taken flat on dress so remember to allow room to move. I recommend checking measurements against a dress you know fits.
Underarm to underarm on front only
47cm (18 and a half inches)
Under bust at bottom of lace bodice on front only
45cm (17 and three-quarter inches)
Neck to bottom of lace 25cm (10 inches)
Length from neck to hem
134cm (53 inches)
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