I love, love, love the wide Broderie Anglaise Bertha on the pintucked bodice of this Girl's dress. The garment dates to the turn of the 20th century to the 1910s and is made of white cotton, not as light as what I think of as lawn, but delicate enough that a colored slip underneath would give a beautiful cast to the dress. It has long sleeves with wide ruffled ends, the waistband is also embroidered. The button holes on the back of the dress have modern silk ribbon in them to act as closures, originally they would have buttoned onto the slip.
Size: 11" shoulder to shoulder, 25.5" neck to hem, waist is 22,5"
Condition: The fabric is clean and soft, there are a couple of teeny holes in the skirt fabric which I have included in my photos. The larger size of this dress would make it perfect to use as a flower girl or other special occasion dress for your child or Grandchild.