From the vintage years of the 1920's or 1930's, a home treadle machine sewn child's play dress in a muslin cotton. The simple constructed dress with raglan sleeves is embellished with embroidery stitches at the neck line and on skirt, both front and back. A simple out line stitch decorates the edge of sleeves and provides a few gathered pucks on the upper part of the bodice. A back opening at the neckline, which closes with a safety pin.
It is a loose fitting style for an active child. Probably would fit a child about 3 or 4 years of age.
Measurement: 19" long from the neck line to hem. About 10-1/2" across from shoulder to shoulder. 26" around the chest.
Condition: Has been laundered and pressed. A short area of the underarm seams needs to be restitched About an inch. A simple mend. No holes. The hem line does have a few oxidation marks that did not come out in the laundry. Has been worn but not wore out.