Here is a sweet home sewn Edwardian doll jacket. Nicely made, the style of the jacket or coat dates about 1912. Made of black silk velvet, it is completely lined in a creamy tan silk or blend of silk / rayon.
The edge of the sleeves and neck line are trimmed with a cross stitch embroidery pointed braid. An extra accent of whitework lace adds a further touch to the neck line. Two snaps fasten the curved front of the jacket. Both snaps are present, but part of one needs to be restitched to the fabric.
Condition is good except for one small shredded hole to the lining at the hem line. (see photo)
Length of the jacket from center back to hem is 12" long. Length of the front of the jacket to the start of the curve is 8" in length. 7" across the shoulders from side to side. 16" around the chest. Arm length is 4-1/2" long. Cuff opening 6-1/4 around.