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White and grey cotton half apron covered with deep red roses against a black background and framed in white circles. Red fabric tape used for trim.
White cotton bib apron, 3 large cross stitch flowers, small flower on each pockets and flower at neck; over the head band and back tie.
White cotton bum pad or small bustle in 4 sections with 2 layers, top layer is two crescent shaped stuffed pads, bottom layer is two larger crescents also stuffed, fastens around the waist with twill tape and 2â€ť prong buckle, waist 28â€ť at its largest. DATED: Feb. 7, 1873
White cotton half apron with a woman seen in profile. She is wearing a green plaid fabric dress and bonnet, her dress extends to the bottom of the apron, turning into ruffles along the bottom and sides up to the waist band. Pockets on each side.
Petticoat, white cotton, gathered at the waist to create fullness, 2nd layer ruffle attached 10â€ť from hem, ruffle has inset of lace at hem and at top where attached, lace netting trim; 40â€ť long, 29â€ť waist. DATE: 1895 to 1905.
White lace leaf sprinkled with tiny silver sequins, sequins also toj create a frame in the center of the fan. Inside of the frame is a hand painted pastoral scene of a man courting a woman, clothing in browns, blues and green, style reminiscent of 1800s. The bottom third of the sticks and the guards are faux mother of pearl with an ornate carved flower motif and gold overlay. Fan signed, J. Bellver. 2010.55.26 Fabric fan, leaf a country scene, trees in shades of green and brown w/large bright red and white flowers in the foreground. In the background is a house with 6 people and a man along the path with his horse and wagon. Made of twill like fabric w/stiff black fabric on back side. Wood sticks and guards stained black.14â€ť long.
White organza leaf with a large flower made of tiny gold sequins, same sequins scattered on the entire fan and on the bone sticks and guard. Guards are embossed with flowers.
Elegant white seed bead and tambour embroidered evening bag in a floral motif with beaded pendant flip up clasps. Both bags have the same cream silk lining with one pocket.Â The white beads are designed in a pattern that encircles each of the small tambour embroidered pink, rose coral flowers on both sides of the bag. The top of the frame is enameled with small flowers in the colors of the embroidery and surrounded with pink, green and twisted white beads. White and translucent beads cover the clasp. Bag is 8-1/2â€ť at its widest x 5â€ť with a 5â€ť drop down chain handle. DATE: The tambour embroidered was popular in France in the 1950s and 60s.
White â€śStickups,â€ť 6 on original ecru card, black print with a womanâ€™s face in profile showing her high lace stand up collar. â€śNo.225, Size 3-1/2, Pliable, Rust Proof, Soft springy Wireâ€ť and â€śThe strength is in the twist.â€ťÂť Sizes and colors available are listed. Joseph W. Schloss Co., Paris, New York. Card 5-1/4â€ť x 3-3/4.â€ť
Teddie, off white synthetic fabric, net lace ribbon along the top, sides, back and bottom edges; designed like a traditional slip of the 50s w/v neck bustline and adjustable shoulder straps. Original tag, â€śLyttonâ€™s, $1.00.â€ť The Hub Store officially changed its name to Lyttonâ€™s in 1947. DATE: Post 1947.
White wool dress in 3 pieces w/macramĂ© sash belt.Â Â Bodice is not fitted, fastens at center w/hooks and eyes and has a yolk of lace overlay; neck has 1-1/2â€ť lace ruffle forming collar.Â Sleeves are full at both shoulders and waist, the cuffs are adored w/macramĂ© brain and 4 crocheted buttons, hooks and eyes close the cuff. Underskirt is of cream linen and wool, bottom edge adored w/feather stitched embroidered and satin stitch stitched embroidered in a leaf motif overskirt of same white wool as bodice and is in 2 pieces, the top piece forms a cape over the hip and ends 10â€ť from the hem.Â Center front adorned w/10 crocheted buttons, hook and eye closure at left hip. Waist 34â€ť and skirt is 36â€ť at center front.Â There is a small pocket in the center of the bodice which would be hidden by the waistband of the skirt when worn.Â There is a 91â€ť sash of macramĂ© braid. DATE: Uncertain, may have been a costume.
Whiting & Davis silver mesh evening Bag in its original box. Envelope style bag 3-1/2â€ť by 5-1/2â€ť with silver tone clip closure. Cream lining with pocket and fabric label. Gray box with dark blue print â€śHand-in-Hand With Fashion, Mesh Bags by Whiting & Davis Co.â€ť Stamped No. 5666 S. DATE: 1920s through 1930s.
Whiting and Davis mesh bag with a yellow enameled background, pictures Renee Adoree. The bag has a gold tone metal frame with an embossed design, kiss closure and extra long carry chain. 3-1/2â€ť x 6.â€ť Whiting & Davis celebrated its 100th Anniversary with the Heritage Collection, a limited series of enameled mesh bags called the Stars, in the likeness of 4 popular actors: Charlie Chapman, Renee Adoree, Clark Gable and Marion Davis. For additional online information, http://www.whitinganddaviscollection.com/pages/cfWhitingAndDavisHistory.cfm or the book Vintage Purses, Lynell Schwartz.
Wide brimmed black straw hat covered with 2 layers of black scalloped lace and a deep red border. On one side and extending to the top of the hat are 3 large red carnations, bunches of tiny red buds. On the other side of the crown is a large black bird is at rest among the foliage, each wing extends out just above over the top of the hat w/a 9â€ť expanse, feathers painted black and varnished; 7â€ť high with an 11â€ť diameter, 3â€ť brim and 26â€ť black netting stringers that tie into a bow under the chin. DATE: 1895 to 1905.
Wide brimmed black straw hat. Brown fabric 3â€ť wide covers half of the crown and extends around the crown ending on the opposite side in a very large bow. The front of the crown is embellished with a wide ornament with symmetrical sides. It has a cluster of clear crystal beads in the center andd beads are also woven into ecru netting and embroidery. 16â€ť diameter. DATE: 1919.
Wide brimmed green woven hat with 2â€ť turned up brim, thick ruffled white organza and ribbon gathered around the brim, overlay of yellow silk and velvet flowers and leaves and a green feathered bird that sits to the side just above the crown. The entire hat is covered with tulle.Black lining. Circa1905.
Wide brimmed straw picture hat with a black crown and 3â€ť white brim. The rim of the brim is rolled under, with a large black organdy bow laying flat on the front of the brim. Stitched label â€śAn Exclusive Copy of a French Originalâ€ť with a stitched picture of the Arch de Triomphe. Circa 1955.
Wide round black felt hat with a raised crown and black cording. The crown and brim are enhanced with wide bands of very fine metal mesh that extends all around the hat with several mesh folds on the right front side. Hat has a 3â€ť concave brim and is very stylized. 16â€ť diameter.
Wood Fan box, 13â€ť long, 3 to 4-1/2â€ť at its widest and 2â€ť deep. Top and sides of boxes have hand painted flowers in shades of blue with gold trim. The inside of the box, bottom and borders are painted black. Box has a high gloss finish, could be varnish or lacquer.
Wood fan, ribs of varying shapes that create a hand painted portrait of 2 African American women, possibly a mother and daughter. Paper leaf along top edge has waterfront scene in pastel colors.
Wood Handkerchief Box with attached lid has a picture of a young lady in profile with her hair in a chignon. She looks very much like Charles Dana Gibsonâ€™s â€śWomen: the Eternal Question,â€ť that became known as the Gibson Girl. There is a large bright red petal flower in the foreground and in the background what looks like woven straw. Along the bottom of the lid is written â€śHandkerchiefsâ€ť in black. The border of the lid is in a checker board pattern, the sides in a diamond pattern. DATE: Early 1900s.
Wood Handkerchief Box with a center opening. On the top is a Gibson girl seen in profile looking to the center at her mirror image, on the bottom 3 large red roses are seen in mirror images. She is wearing a headpiece that is identical to the one in this collection and can be viewed under Headwear. DATE: 1920s.
Wood Hat Rack 32â€ť wide made from 2 horizontal 1â€ť strips of ribbed wood attached to 6 vertical strips, 4 are 13â€ť and 2 in center 17.â€ť 8 wire metal rods in different shapes are attached to the frame to accommodate 8 hats of varying styles and sizes.
Accordion wood Hat Rack with ribbed slats that open in a diamond pattern, has 10 turned dowel pegs with white porcelain tips. Measures 32â€ť x 15â€ť when opened about half way, folds to 19-1/2.â€ť
- Accordion wood Hat Rack,1-1/4â€ť wavy slats with beveled edges. 12 turned wood dowel pegs with porcelain tips encircled with small brass colored bands. Slats create an unusual decorative pattern when opened. Measure 40â€ť wide and 27â€ť high when opened about half way, 38â€ť when closed.
Wood Shoe Lasts, industrial one stamped 616X, AAAAA 8, the other a. Stamped 921, AAAA 7-1/2. On the side is a round logo with a lion in the center and the initials MLC, the words â€śMorton Last Co., Cincinnati, Oâ€ť border the circle. Difficult to identify the 2nd and 3rd letters in the company name so â€śMortonâ€ť could be incorrect. 10â€ť toe to heel. b. Stamped 616X, AAAAAA 8 and Krentler Bros. 8.40, Milwaukee. 10â€ť toe to heel.
Woven black and white raffia hat with an extremely complicated design. Brim is solid black woven raffia, crown is black and white woven raffia. Hat is lined in fine black silk. Front of the hat is decorated with an elaborate combination of white silk flowers, black velvet ribbon, real jet ornament and wing like decoration of black velvet that is bordered with black and white woven raffia and two large black feathers which curve up and over the crown. The front right side and part of the back is draped with black window pane netting. 11â€ť diameter and about 11â€ť tall. DATE: Circa 1905.
Yellow cotton flower print and brown organdy half apron, yellow print used for the waistband and the brown organdy for the ties.
YWCA navy blue silk Bag in hexagon shape heavily beaded in a diamond pattern along with a solid navy beaded horizontal strip across the center with the YWCA logo in gold with a red beaded â€śYWCA.â€ť Both sides identical. Purse is lined in pink polished cotton, with one small interior pocket, fastens with a snap at center top and has a self fabric loop handle to be carried on wrist. It is trimmed around the opening with a box pleated self fabric ruffle and loop handle, to be carried on wrist. Looped beaded fringe in white, gold, navy and red along the bottom. 6-1/2â€ť wide at center and 8â€ť long. The Young Womenâ€™s Christian Association of the USA was incorporated in New York City in 1907. DATE: Anytime after 1907 and into the 20s and 30s.
Cordeâ€™ handbags were created using rows of gimp in unique patterns stitched to a fabric background. In the early 1940s Sears Roebuck & Company Catalog advertised corde bags for $7.50. DATE: 1940s. Structured cordeâ€™ bag in a zig zag pattern with a zipper and two prystal handles. Black fabric lining with a pocket. Inside label says â€śM.E. Productâ€ť and â€śIt speaks for itself.â€ť Bag 12â€ť x 9-1/2â€ť x 2.â€ť