Pair of antique doll a-line walking skirts in a heavy weight patterned white material. These came to me long ago as part of a collection with a German bisque doll with composition body, trunk and clothing all circa 1910-1920. Some of the clothing became separated and just located packed in another trunk. One skirt has an 11 inch waist and is 12 inches long. It is made of a material with a horizontal raised ribbed material that reminds me somewhat of pique. It is in an a-line pattern with top stitching at the front panel. The waistline is made of a lighter weight cotton ot muslin ( bias tape?) that was also used to face the back opening. It closes at the back waist with a metal/brass hook and eyes. There is some green staining to the material beneath the metal. There is also some yellowing to the fabric at the back seam.
The second skirt is made of a white material, also that feels like pique, but with a heavier crisp weight and a white on white pattern that looks like scattered lower letters "p" and 'b" or possibly flags. This skirt also has an 11 inch waist and is 12 inches long. It is made in the same a-line pattern with top stitching to the front panel, a lighter weight waistband and silver metal hook an eyes ( no green under the metal to fabric). There are a few small spots like a line in the raised material where it may have rubbed against soil - not as detracting as the enlarged images make it appear.