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Culture: Italian American
Dressing Jacket
about 1935-1960
Retailer:Sold by G. Fox and Co. , American, founded 1847
Clothing Maker:Made by Unknown
Machine-stitched silk, with cotton rickrack and mother of pearl buttons
Primary Dimensions (length at center back x width with sleeves outstretched): 21 3/4 x 29in. (55.2 x 73.7cm)
Credit Line: Gift of Marie Peichert
Description: Woman's dressing jacket of blue silk printed with scattered small bouquets of flowers and scattered single flowers. The jacket opens at center front; it fastens with five mother of pearl buttons. The button placket is edged with white rickrack. The neckline is high and round; the rounded collar is edged with rickrack. The sleeves are given a little fullness with darts at the top of the shoulder. They are short, 8 1/2 inches long, and edged with rickrack.
Object Number: 2000.77.2
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