Early Edwardian Handmade Purple Wedding Dress
|Period||Edwardian, Antique, Late 19th/ Early 20th Century|
|Additional Information||Hidden front closure bodice with scalloped skirt; the tradition of white wedding dresses would not be firmly established until the 1930s and colored dresses would be worn for either personal preference, economy, style of wedding, or family mourning. Per seller, the dress was created by designer Kate Bross, and worn on her wedding day.|
- Secondhand clothing, handbags and accessories may contain minor imperfections throughout. Any measurements provided are of the actual garment laid flat.
- variant discoloration throughout both garments; moth wear; shattering to silk; fraying to trim; areas of loose stitching.
- 30.0" bust, 26.0" waist; skirt measures 44.0" in length.