Antique 1910s Jacket - Gorgeous Titanic Era 1910s Irish Lace Summer Jacket with Three Dimensional Crystanthemums and Mixed Lace Techniques


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      Vintage Edwardian summer jacket is a stunning piece of early 20th Century fashion, highly detailed with1910s a mix of crochet types and a variety of three dimensional flowers. The widest styling of the lace bands the hem and cuffs of the short sleeves. This features layered rosettes, linen flowers with cut work and climbing daisies. Above these is the smallest gauge of lace, with small rosettes. The medium guage segments, have climbing flowers, textured chrysanthemums and smaller daisies and pinwheels. Two dense flowers at the bust meet when the it is buttoned closed. There are six dingleballs at one side, eleven at the other.


      This has a mid Edwardian fit, with high waist (which is not defined, but obvious when on the body.) Do not let the measurements mislead you, this is best for an XS or Small.

      Shoulders: 14"
      Bust: 38"
      Waist: 32"
      Hips: 40", naturally flared open with 4" gap.
      Length: 31"

      Label: None Present
      Material: Cotton
      Condition: Good plus

      The lace is sturdy and ready to wear. The silk lining is just starting to break at the edge of the neckline and shoulders, not so much to be a problem, and caused from many years on a hanger. The lace has lightly aged with time to an ivory hue. I did not hand wash it due to the delicate lining, which is missing from most Irish lace garments. I found one single broken thread at the shoulder, and one pin dot spot at the back left shoulder. At the left side near the hem is one bar that is slightly more darkened, probably from being a little more exposed in storage. This does not stand out.. I find no other flaws to note. Surprisingly sturdy and wearable.

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    • Product Type: Jacket