From the Edwardian era, a home sewn fashion doll jacket. Expertly made, the jacket is made of a pink with white line tiny check fabric. Embellished with a flat braid trim and pearl buttons. The construction of the jacket is a typical Edwardian style with the front opening made on a slant.
The jacket has a peter pan style collar, not quite meeting at the front. Decorative scalloping along the front opening, with the opening overlapping the opposite side. At the point of the scallop a small white pearl button adds a further accent. The bottom of the jacket is made the same.
Turned back cuff on the sleeve with the same scallop /trim, but no buttons. The buttons on the front are just for show ~ no fastenings ~ the jacket just overlapped and probably pinned close.
I would assume this is a jacket to a walking suit, although, alas, no skirt. So..... but it is just lovely....
Size measurements: It is 9" long from the neck line to the hem. 5-1/4" across from shoulder to shoulder. 13-1/2" around the chest. 12-1/2" around the waist. Hem line is 16" around. Sleeve length is 4-1/4" long. Sleeve opening: 5" completely around. Neck opening is 9" around.
Condition is very nice. Some oxidation though from storage,