1910s Edwardian Cream Lace Fringe Tassel Jacket
An Edwardian cream filet lace jacket dating from the 1910s. Made with durable cotton, but very finely and delicately woven into different patterns throughout. The simple concept with the incredible fine quality stitchwork make this a piece that can be easily integrated into a contemporary wardrobe. Appliqué lace flowers appear throughout, overlaid on the varied floral and diamond shapes, and diagonal and zig-zag patterns. Some sections are tightly woven and some more delicate. With fringe sleeves and long slits on the sides, and no closures.
Bust - 44"
Waist - 48"
Hips - 54"
Length - 41"
Condition: Excellent antique condition. There is one very light stain on the front bottom left (see the last picture). There are also a couple of minor breaks in the lace. Please feel free to contact me if you would like to see larger or more detailed photos.
This jacket is clean and ready to wear.
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