A home sewn camisole corset cover from the early 1900's, Edwardian era. Made of fine white cotton with a square hand crochet lace yoke at the front. Back of the neck line dips in a "V" shape.
Sleeveless style with the armhole openings edged in a white novelty braid. Back edging of neck line is sewn in the same novelty braid as the arm hole openings.
Side seams are sewn on a flare, nipped in at the waist. Button down the front with six small incised mother of pearl buttons. All are matching.
Condition is very nice. Small size with the measurements as follows: 11-1/2" across from shoulder to shoulder. Bust: 28". 23" waist. 30" around the bottom of hem. Length from the shoulder seam to the hem is 20-1/2" long.