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Antique 1910's Edwardian Corset Cover | Sheer White Tulle with Pale Peach Silk | Size XXS, XS

$55.00

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Product Type: Hosiery & Accessories

Vendor: Daggers & Dames

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This antique late Victorian to early Edwardian corset cover is a very delicate and beautiful relic from lingerie's past. Exquisitely made out of very sheer white tulle fabric with a wide, pale peach silk insert sewn over the bust area. A deep scoop neck with 1" wide straps and a lightly ruffled edge across the upper bodice, and rich lace insert over the lower bodice to add even more detail to such a lovely piece. Completely open on the sides with silk ribbon ties to close the cami at the waist makes this a very adaptable and unique collector item. A bare tulle back that is sleek to wear nicely under your favorite antique top or dress. This shows nicely for display and can still be worn if worn with care!

CONDITION - Very good: No holes, rips or stains to the tulle. Side tie ribbons are original and delicate. Could be replaced if intending to wear. Silk ribbon work has some splits and tears, but is sewn to the body of the cami making it secure, silk is not crumbly or 'falling off' if that makes sense.

BRAND/LABEL - Unknown

COLOR - Antiqued white, pale peach

MATERIAL - Tulle, silk

SIZE - XXS/XS

MEASUREMENTS:
- Taken while laying flat, relaxed, then doubled.

BUST - up to 33" WAIST - 33" LENGTH - 15.5"

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CONDITION CHART:
MINT - New, no flaws, never worn
EXCELLENT - Used, no noticeable flaws
VERY GOOD - Used, minor to no flaws
GOOD - Visible wear, minor flaws
FAIR - numerous flaws, fragile, needs repairs
POOR - Damaged, use for display or study

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