Vintage 1930's Robe | Rose Gold Pink Rayon Satin with Embroidered Lace Tulle & Train | Size S, Med
This 1930s dressing gown robe a more beautiful than photos can show. Made of silky rose gold pink rayon satin, with gorgeous embroidered floral appliques upon sheer tulle adorning the front opening of the bias cut bodice. Shoulder pads provide the classic darted look with gathered shoulders and slightly belled 3/4 sleeves edged in lace. Fitted at the waist with inner and outer closure and a darling sash tie. A little pocket at the left side with lace detail to hold your trinkets adds a beautiful detail, and a huge skirt falling to the ankle flatters to form and offers a very dramatic affect with its slight train in the back. Remarkably lovely! This robe has gathered fabric in all the right places, with a lace applique in the center back between the shoulders. Fit for a starlet with a tasted for glamour and grace!
CONDITION - Excellent: Never worn with no holes or rips. There are some age spots on the inner side of the robe that very lightly show through on the outside, but this area is completely hidden when closed. Last photo shows spots on inner layer. One age spot on the back of the left sleeve where robe was folded when stored. See last photo.
BRAND/LABEL - Unknown; lot tag intact
COLOR - Rose gold pink, ivory
MATERIAL - Rayon satin
SIZE - SM/MED
- Taken while laying flat, relaxed, then doubled. Closed.
- Bust measurement provided is max, or 'up to'.
SHOULDERS - 116.5" SLEEVE LENGTH - 18" BUST - 38" WAIST - 29" HIP - open LENGTH - 58"/front, 64"/back
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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