Dating from the early part of the 1900's, Edwardian era cotton doll dress made of a red dot on white design. Red trimming at the neckline, edge of sleeves and waistband.
An additional accent of this same fabric inset on the skirt of the dress. Tredle stitched and not the most expert sewing. Possibly made by a child for her doll. A cute little dress and certainly a typical style for the era.
Dress measures 12-1/2" long from the neckline to hem. 6" across from one shoulder to the other. 12" around the chest. 10" around the waist. Length of the sleeve 8" long. Width around the end of sleeve opening 3-1/2".
Condition is nice, although as I mentioned not expertly sewn. Some yellowing of oxidation from storage.