1930s to 40s Cotton Paisley House Dress

1930s to 40s Cotton Paisley House Dress


Fabricated in a paisley printed cotton in red, blue, green and black on a white ground

Extremely full puffed cap sleeves

Princess seams in center back with gathering to the skirt.

Trained skirt at center back

Fastens with a cover zip (patent # 1839068)down center front

Zipper patent was filed on July 23 1929 and was patented on Dec 29, 1931 by Fritz Waschiczeck under the name/ description of separable fastener

1/8” baby hem to sleeve and sweep

Maker: Royal Robes

Condition: Very Good/Excellent. Clean and ready to wear.

Measurements: The measurements below are the actual measurements of the garment. Please allow for ease. Whenever possible the best way to insure a good fit is by comparing the measurements to that of a similar garment in your closet. Looks to best suit a small

Shoulders: 14 3/4”

Bust: 36”

Waist: 32”

Hips: Full

Sweep: 136”

Length in front from HPS to Hem: 54 3/4”

Length @ CB: 64”

Back hem is 9” longer than front

Sleeve Length: 5” under arm

Sleeve Opening: 10”

The mannequin measurements are 32" Bust, 25" Waist, 35" Hips

Has not been clipped to mannequin

Proud Member of the Vintage Fashion Guild

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