Antique, Edwardian cotton corset cover, camisole, has dainty embroidered panels at the front featuring drawn thread work. These are complimented by inserted panels of cotton lace. Armhole and neckline lace joins to form narrow lace straps. There is a peplum gathered with a tape drawstring and another tape threaded through the lace at the neck to tie at front. Buttons beneath a placket with shell buttons. No labels - handmade. 1900s-1910s.
Red leather skirt sold separately.
Bust 86 cm (34")
Waist 61 cm (24")
Shoulder to waist 36 cm (14.25")
Length 44.5 cm (17.5")
Good. There is a small hole in the back and one in the peplum at the back, and two tiny holes.