From the 1950s, a cotton sundress in soft aqua blue with the most remarkable print right out of the Lascaux caves!
- Prehistoric cave painting deer (megaloceros?) print.
- Seams and gathers in all the right places.
- Lined bodice.
- Nipped waist.
- Full skirt has stitched down pleats.
- Drawstring ties at upper back to adjust fit.
- Center back metal zipper.
Wear it with or without a crinoline (ours not included). From the Anna G. estate.
Labels: none - possibly home sewn with care and skill
Fiber/Care: no tags, cotton/ washable
Condition: some mostly very minor staining throughout is inconspicuous in normal lighting.
*This 50s sundress is freshly cleaned and ready to wear.*
bust: to 36"/91.5cm (34" + 2" from darts)
high hip, 5" below waist, at edge of stitched down pleats: 43"/109cm
low hip: free
length: 42.5"/108cm + 2.5"/6cm hem
☞ Our items are not newly manufactured "vintage style" pieces. They are true vintage, at least 30 years old. Please read condition report provided above. ☜
Notes: Significant shipping overages (where applicable) will be refunded. International customers are responsible for any taxes or import fees.
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