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c. 1908-1912 Edwardian RARE Pale Yellow Silk Mull Princess Petticoat. Detail

c. 1908-1912 Edwardian RARE Pale Yellow Silk Mull Princess Petticoat. Detail

c. 1930's Black Net with Floral Appliques 3-piece Outfit! Hooded Coat, Camisole and Skirt. The material and the appliques at certainly from the 1930's... even the black lace on the inner balloon sleeves and the coat hood are 1930s. However you would expect to see a gown under this hooded coat, but instead it's a 2-piece "dress"... with camisole top (with scalloped hemline of silk) and an "elastic" waist tiered lace skirt. Dress sideway

c. 1930's Black Net with Floral Appliques 3-piece Outfit! Hooded Coat, Camisole and Skirt. The material and the appliques at certainly from the 1930's... even the black lace on the inner balloon sleeves and the coat hood are 1930s. However you would expect to see a gown under this hooded coat, but instead it's a 2-piece "dress"... with camisole top (with scalloped hemline of silk) and an "elastic" waist tiered lace skirt. Dress sideway

c. 1930's Black Net with Floral Appliques 3-piece Outfit! Hooded Coat, Camisole and Skirt. The material and the appliques at certainly from the 1930's... even the black lace on the inner balloon sleeves and the coat hood are 1930s. However you would expect to see a gown under this hooded coat, but instead it's a 2-piece "dress"... with camisole top (with scalloped hemline of silk) and an "elastic" waist tiered lace skirt. Sideway

c. 1930's Black Net with Floral Appliques 3-piece Outfit! Hooded Coat, Camisole and Skirt. The material and the appliques at certainly from the 1930's... even the black lace on the inner balloon sleeves and the coat hood are 1930s. However you would expect to see a gown under this hooded coat, but instead it's a 2-piece "dress"... with camisole top (with scalloped hemline of silk) and an "elastic" waist tiered lace skirt. Sideway

Tea gown, Christopher, 1920, silk and cotton, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Tea gown Designer: Christophe Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton.

Tea gown

Tea gown Date: late century Culture: American or European Medium: silk, cotton, pearls

Negligée Designer: Jessie Franklin Turner (American, 1881–ca. 1956) Date: 1939 Culture: American Medium: silk. Front

Negligée Designer: Jessie Franklin Turner (American, 1881–ca. 1956) Date: 1939 Culture: American Medium: silk. Front

c. 1930's Black Net with Floral Appliques 3-piece Outfit! Hooded Coat, Camisole and Skirt. The material and the appliques at certainly from the 1930's... even the black lace on the inner balloon sleeves and the coat hood are 1930s. However you would expect to see a gown under this hooded coat, but instead it's a 2-piece "dress"... with camisole top (with scalloped hemline of silk) and an "elastic" waist tiered lace skirt. Detail dress

c. 1930's Black Net with Floral Appliques 3-piece Outfit! Hooded Coat, Camisole and Skirt. The material and the appliques at certainly from the 1930's... even the black lace on the inner balloon sleeves and the coat hood are 1930s. However you would expect to see a gown under this hooded coat, but instead it's a 2-piece "dress"... with camisole top (with scalloped hemline of silk) and an "elastic" waist tiered lace skirt. Detail dress

1920s VICTORIAN WHITE (GAUZE?) COTTON FLORAL SEE THRU LINGERIE GOWN. Back

1920s VICTORIAN WHITE (GAUZE?) COTTON FLORAL SEE THRU LINGERIE GOWN. Back

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