Here's a country primitive perfect choice to dress a rag / cloth doll or teddy bear. Team it over a double pink calico dress or skirt for a complimenting look. An infant baby or doll feeding bib from the late Victorian era. The bib (or apron type bib) is made of a white with black calico. It is trimmed in double pink calico along the neck, front and back opening. Also around the armhole openings. A simple bib which slipped over the arms. No fastenings in the back.
It measures 7" across the shoulders, from one side to the other. 9-3/4" long from the shoulder to the hem.
The calico bias has been treadle machine sewn and in areas along the neck line and sleeve opening the thread has broken away. In other words, it should be restitched. Same is true in a couple of small areas along the hem and side opening. Nothing major but should be resewn. Of course, it would be fine to leave as it is, too. A small amount of oxidation is also present.