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They are mostly all there, but some are missing, and some fall off. Wide enough sleeves to be worn (even though they look thin). Might have originally had more satin ribbon under the lace... It's a tiny gown, so my mannequin is a bit too large for it, but it closes fine up the back.The dress is sleeveless and has a slight Grecian feel with the open bust at front and large armholes The skirt are beaded panels over the plain silk lining It's a FABULOUS RUBY COLOR, but I can't seem to get my camera to color correct for this red. Measures: up to 40' bust, but these are meant to be worn large, so best for mannequin size of 35/36" bust. This is a tiny size bodice, however, there are pleats in the bodice, so.... here was have a slim-fitted 1930's gorgeous color ruby silk velvet coat with long sleeves. even though it needs to be reshaped as you can see from the photos. Love the other details like the ruching on the skirt sides, upper skirt and wide cuffs, the puffy sleeves, and the pigeon shape bodice front.This was a simple day dress worn by a practical women. if you are a great seamstress, you could probably figure out how to increase the size of this piece. Measures: 32" bust, but tiny 10" across back, 26-29" waist skirt, 40" long skirt (with 4" hem). I'd love to say it's in perfect condition, but the velvet has some crushing seen under certain lights in various areas. The only issues are tiny, like an ink mark on the mid-seam back of the skirt (a good drycleaner should be able to remove), the shredding of the silk at the inside hem of only one of the 4 layers (hardly worth mentioning as it can be removed if you want), wear at the skirt waist (not seen when worn), and only the MOST minor tiny other spots on skirt. Measures: 29" bust, 22" waist, 41" long from shoulder to hem in front, 70" long in back. This one is a basic silk jacket of the Gibson Girl era with that fabulous wide large collar front and back.One seam needs sewing at the upper sleeve (easy, but I don't have a sewing machine). You can see a sample on the one sleeve (see photos). All this needs to be spectacular are some wax flowers ornaments. I've been holding off listing this gown because the person who owned it said they believed it to be a Paul Poiret. Needs someone who can deal with the large spot on the bottom of the front (see close-up) and the strange spot on the one sleeve.These were meant to be worn shorter so your ankles or Edwardian boots would be seen. I can hardly find a thing wrong with it except for one small hole in the long chiffon design element at front. I hate to sell items that aren't in near pristine condition, but every so often one has to allow these pieces to go to those who will love them... But the BEST of this piece is the gemstone silk pattered trim with thin metallic thread for a hint of shine! It was SO fabulous that I had the local Boston ABC-TV station and Boston Globe newspaper Sunday section to photograph my room! The dress follows the japonisme or orientalist fashion very much in vogue. One freckle spot at left hip (see photo), the tiniest ribbon fray at left neckline, a few hooks/eyes that will need replacing/sewing and really the only issue is water spotting on the back satin train (see photos). Measures: up to 34" bust, up to 25" waist (measures 26"), 57" long from shoulder to hem. even though there are two layers of the crepe to the skirt, it's still slightly sheer so you'll want to wear a slip under. on first look this dress is great, but then you look closer and there are issues... Measures: up to 33" bust, 26" underbust waist, 60" long from shoulder to hem in front, 66" long in back. I can't believe this isn't some designer piece from this era.... Check out the photos of this piece and you will see the issues for yourself. Frame it or display it showing off the back which is better than the front.The bodice lining looks to be perfect as does the full black attached slip for skirt! At first glance you will think this is a lovely silk brocade fabric. Shown on a normal size 4/6 mannequin, 24" long from back neck to back hem, so it will fit a current human size (not just the tiny Victorian women! Missing beads, browning of the thread, wear to the silk faille... OR just use the beads to fix another one of these you have! 'm ALWAYS on the hunt for Victorian sidesaddle habits! just two areas of small holes (one lost in folds, the other at the hemline - see photos) and a bit of lining tearing inside skirt hemline. Even the satin INTERIOR of the bodice is gorgeous!!
Those ties around the upper back come around and become the belt! Measures: up to 34" bust, up to 25" waist, up to 36" hips, 54" long from shoulder to hem (so it's for shorter gals). especially at the back skirt as they have already come undone. but I don't have a sewing machine and I'm all thumbs so I would probably sew the dress to my finger! For this rare red cotton net Edwardian beaded overdress I just didn't have the correct underdress, so forgive me. Incredibly great condition with only a few beads missing in the beaded fringe at the scalloped hemline. Just imagine this with long gloves and a large Edwardian hat. It's a sheer navy silk chiffon with blue and black beading throughout and open bell sleeves, low waistline, slight blouson shape, low attached black slip under that will show off your bustline. Now if this was mine, I would just wear some black silk flowers over that shoulder! Measures: 38" bust, waist and hips, 53" long from shoulder to hem. You will have to get quite close to smell anything, but it's there (I have a sensitive nose! These are all SOOOO minor that they are barely worth mentioning!!! Measures: up to 40" bust, up to 30" waist (28" inner waistband), 40" long skirt in front, 53" long in back. you gotta love the fact that this woman was of a "generous size" for someone from her generation! This blouse measures up to 45" bust, up to 32" waist, 15" long from shoulder to bottom. 52" long on her, but will get a bit shorter if you are larger... NOTE: the rhinestone buckle is only pinned onto the belt because you're gonna want to size it to fit you.