Dating from the early 1900s, late Victoria era, an apron in white cotton batiste, nice for costuming, tea rooms or receptions. A long apron with a simple embellishment of a row of drawnwork near the hem. The ends of the ties, also, feature the same drawnwork.
The length of the apron is 35-1/2" long. It is 19" across the front of waist. Each tie measures 32-1/2" long. Condition: A tiny hole and a small amount of oxidation from storage. With a little help of oxiclean, it should be removed.