another one, mid century of some sort?

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  1. maltby

    maltby Registered Guest

    this is actually two pieces- top and skirt that join w metal hooks

    It's unfortunately not in great shape- lots of tiny holes. But is sure is neat!

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  2. wyogems

    wyogems Trade Member

    Don't hold me to it, because it is so hard to date something with just photos. but I think it might be Edwardian. Maybe a Childs Dress?
     
  3. northstarvintage

    northstarvintage Administrator Staff Member

    I’m seeing Edwardian too.
     
  4. maltby

    maltby Registered Guest

    here it is on the mannequin, it's def a woman's dress. Too big for her even. Such a weird bodice- the apron like thing on the back is weighted to hang as shown. A million little snaps and sequins on the netting at the bodice neckline.

    Also the sleeves are double layered! IMG_4112.JPG IMG_4115.JPG IMG_4118.JPG IMG_4120.JPG IMG_4121.JPG
     
  5. wyogems

    wyogems Trade Member

    Now I may be leaning towards 30s home fashioned and they took old lace to make it.? This is a tough one I also want to say Edwardian, is the printed fabric silk?
     
  6. maltby

    maltby Registered Guest

    yep, the pink printed fabric is silk

    :)
     
  7. Rue_de_la_Paix

    Rue_de_la_Paix Trade Member

    My first thought was 'Teens era, WWI era, and now that it is on the mannequin I think it even more so.
     
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  8. I was thinking Teens also, now I see more of a costume? Or maybe pieces were added? The hooks and eyes look too new for this era
     
  9. Rue_de_la_Paix

    Rue_de_la_Paix Trade Member

    I also wondered if it had been altered at some point, to make it more fancy.
     
  10. wyogems

    wyogems Trade Member

    Yes the lace at the neckline may be there to replace a modesty panel or top that went with the dress?
     
  11. Jonathan

    Jonathan Trade Member

    It looks to me like a dress from c. 1900-1902 that was completely recut and restyled in c. 1915-16.
     
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