Edwardian silver embroidered lace tabard dress: English C1910
From the Edwardian era, circa 1910 a lace tabard dress or top with silver embroidery.
A loose unstructured style that became very popular at this time, pre-1920s.
The tabard can be worn over a plain slip and clinched in at the waist with a belt if so desired.
In good antique condition with a few loose threads and historic mends.
These pieces has the idiosyncrasies of an aged and loved garment, so small marks, stains and signs of wear are robe expected and are an inherent part of their charm.
Back 85cm long
Front 73cm long
across front whilst laying flat 56cm