This is a rare and wonderful tea dress for a lady doll circa 1910 to 1920. This is the era of the Titanic. The dress is a soft lemony green with a soft net overlay on the bodice. Three rhinestone are set like buttons down the front of the dress. The dress is made from silk, and is free of fraying or melting. The net overlay has a bit of fraying on it. The cape is a companion green, with dark green velvet on it. It is breaking and melting all over, but is being included for the outfits history. It is not included in the price. A backing could easily be added of a flexible iron on soft interfacing that they offer at fabric stores. The one I would use is a soft knit. The outer garment is one layer thick, and has decorations of velvet. The skirt measures 8" from waist to hem, around the waist it is 7", from sleeve edge to sleeve edge it is 9"; shoulder to shoulder is approximately 3 1/2 inches. The cape measures from back to neck to hem is 11", and 13+ inches from the longest point side to side.
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