This is a wonderful vintage men’s dressing gown/lounging robe featuring an attractive late art deco geometric printed pattern. The robe has a maroon red satin shawl collar, turned satin cuffs, satin pocket trim and has a matching sash belt. It has a breast pocket and built-in pocket at either side.
Age: 1940s or early 50s
Label: Robe de Chambre Tulipe Dressing Gowns
Color: Maroon toned red, orangey red and grey
Material: Satin rayon or acetate
Sizing: No size is indicated, but it should fit a man that wears about a US size 40 - it would fit a 42”, although it would be a close fit. In any case, please rely on the following measurements for fit:
Shoulders: 17” across seam-to-seam
Sleeves: 24 1/2” long
Sleeve Inseam: 17 1/2” long
Chest: 42” around, approximate, depending on overlap
Waist: 38”, meant to be cinched
Hips: 44”, approximate, depending on overlap
Overall length: 47"
Condition: It is in excellent condition with no wear, tear, stains or odours, in fact, this is so crisp and clean that I doubt that it was ever worn. Rare to find a dressing gown of this age in this fine condition.
This is a wonderful lounging robe – very rich looking colour and great geometric deco pattern….