Very feminine and pretty top that was once a corset cover more than 100 years ago.
It's a cropped length, shorter than it appears on the small sized mannequin. It was made with joined lengths of broderie anglaise (eyelet) fabric stitched to the lower half. The sleeves have been cut in one piece with the bodice. There are horizontal tucks over the bust and the square neckline and sleeve edges are trimmed with net lace. The waistline has a cotton tape drawstring through a casing, tying at the front. It's made of cotton. There are no labels, it's likely been homemade - 1910s.
Fits bust 92-97 cm (36-38")
Length 42 cm (16.5") - Comes to the lower ribs, above the navel.
Good. There is a hole in the top of one sleeve, in the front of the other sleeve and a few tiny holes just to the side of the tucks. Some fraying to the lace.