A lovely summer afternoon, graduation or wedding dress from the Edwardian era. Made of white batiste cotton fabric with machine embroidered detail, the dress would be quite wearable today.
Bodice and most of the three-quartered length raglan sleeves are the embroidered fabric. Lower part of the skirt also features the bold embroidery. Edges of the sleeves and hem of the dress are scallop. Buttons down the back to just below the waist with pearl buttons (all buttons are there).
Freshly laundered and pressed. A couple tiny pin dot holes which would be expected but, aside, beautiful condition. Fabric is very sturdy.
Measurement: Length from the neck line to hem is 49" long. About 15" across from shoulder to shoulder. 32" bust. 24" waist. Elbow length sleeve about 14" long.