So fine, so soft! A beautiful silk wool fabric long slip for a baby. Dating about 1920's, the petticoat is home sewn, simple construction but the workmanship is gorgeous. Silk embroidery thread is used to finish the neck line and arm hole seams in blanket stitch embroidery.
The hem has been turned to the top side with blanket stitch embroidery to finish. Tabs of the shoulder straps are safety pinned to the front side.
It appears never to have been worn but does have some scattering of tiny holes in the wool. Otherwise nice.
Length of the slip is 27" long from the shoulder tab to the hem. 22" around the chest.
In another listing I have a wool- silk baby nightgown from the same family.