Edwardian Corset Cover

SKU: 00534-005
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From the early 1900s, an exquisite corset cover to wear as a camisole, tank top, or (if you're like me) for its intended purpose. Scalloped edges, white-on-white embroidery, side placket with original glass buttons, beading lace at the hem. Adjust the fit with the neckline ribbon and button at left shoulder. From the Fleming estate.

The initial "S" is embroidered at the front. Terrific if your name begins with an S, or if you happen to be stellar, super, sensational, smart, sexy, or otherwise splendid.

Shown on a very tall and athletic 9-year-old. Should fit a slim and petite woman or lanky tween. See measurements, provided below and compare to the wearer's, leaving room for movement.

Labels: none

Fiber/Care: cotton 

Condition: pretty much perfect with no flaws to note. we added the ribbon.

*We've carefully soaked and hand-washed this antique corset cover and it's ready to wear.*

Garment Measurements:
 bodice: 14.5"/36.5cm (meant to blouse over, so consider it shorter)
 bust: 32"/81.25cm plus lots of gathers -- best a bit loose
 waist: 23.5"/59.5cm - with room to move button and gain ~1"/2.5cm

Our items are not newly manufactured "vintage style" pieces. They are true vintage, at least 20 years old. Please read condition report provided above.    

Note to International Customers: Significant overages in shipping fees (where applicable) will be refunded. You are responsible for any taxes or import fees.



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