$ 39.00Lovely black silk velvet dress from the 30s. They just don't make velvet like this anymore. Its so soft and fine. This is a very simple cut, below the knee, V neck with matching velvet buttons, and some smocking at the shoulders and a bit below the bust. long sleeves that snap at the cuff. Snaps at the side, loops for a belt but no belt anymore alas. Smaller size I'd say. No label. Please see condition below as this dress has some issues.
$ 25.00Beautiful white cotton girls dress--or possibly a chemise top for a slightly older child. This would most likley have been the under slip beneath a christening or baptism dress. Tank style with one button holding a shoulder together to make it easier to get on a little one. Darling little art deco-ey lace trim at the bottom of the skirt and then again a few inches up. There is an interesting gather at the back, which I believe is not original to the dress. I suspect it was added at some later point to make the dress fit some little girl a bit better. I've left it but its a matter of removing a few easy stiches to take it back out, which would really help it fit that older child I spoke of.
$ 30.00Beautiful white cotton girls smock or over dress. This would most likley have been worn over a slip underneath. Longer sleeves with beautiful scalloped cuffs. Pintucking and cutwork lace at the collar then that's trimmed in the same scalloped trim as the cuffs. Empire waist, very high. Two tiny buttons at the back of the neck then its open all down the back. The bottom hem is pintucked all the way round in several rows. Its just gorgeous. I'd say this is for a slightly older baby, but do please see the measurements as child sizing is not my forte.
$ 86.00Beautiful vintage black crepe dress from the late 30s, or early 1940s. This dress has an amazing bodice in front as it has interesting pleats from the shoulders towards the collarbone and soft dolman short sleeves that give it a flutter look without the flutter sleeves. But what makes this dress extra cool is the bodice in back. That gorgeous box pleat with the keyhole peekaboo neckline above all topped off with two pearlized round buttons! How perfect with a gorgeous updo! And don't miss the darling pleats on the skirt in back too. Has a side metal zipper and there are thread loops for a belt but no belt. Small to medium size, I'd say.
$ 15.00Lovely ivory scarf circa 1930s or so. Sheer ivory chiffon, simple, classy and sweet with beautiful lace trim in the corners embellished with delicate yellow flowers. Measures about 20" square. No label. Looks and feels like nylon to me but it might be rayon or silk blend as well. So pretty and feminine.
$ 59.00Beautiful deep peach-ey pink Vintage Tap Pant Style Panty from the 1930s possibly 40s. French seams, buttons at the side, scalloped edge at the bottom hem with ivory piping. And ceck out those wee white strawberry appliques!! So cute!!!! High waisted. Label reads: Kristine Handmades, Fabric by Stonecutter. Probably a small to medium sized depending on how big your waist is.
$ 39.00It doesn't get much girlier than this. Quilted bed jacket in pink with a print of watercolor dainty flowers all over. Fully lined in a soft pink cotton or cotton blend with ties at the neck. A daring small pocket on the right side and 3/4 sleeves. Probably a medium size but a really easy fit that could work well for a wide variety of sizes. Label reads: Dolly Hart Los Angeles.
$ 30.00Darling hat circa 1930s or 40s. Ivory mesh form with pleated chiffon over the top and then soutache lace wrapped round the sides. There is a black velvet ribbon peaking from underneath the soutache all round the brim and then a black velvet ribbon bow at the back of the head outside the soutache. Label reads: "The French Shoppe Millinery, 5506 Hollywood Blvd". Hat is structured on a mesh form. Measures 21" round the inside. Semi slouchy style.
$ 38.00Gorgeous black beaded clutch from circa 1930s. Black silk covered in black microbeads with stripes of purple microbeads and then a stunning golden rose cluster with teal and green leaves, also all done in microbeads. And check out those darling arrowhead shaped beads along the bottom! There is a metal zipper across the top. Inside is just the one compartment. There is a short wrist strap also covered in both the black and purple beads and embellished with beaded tassels on either side. Its just a gorgeous bag. There is no label but there is a mark on the lining inside down at the bottom that looks like it may have been a mark or stamp or something, but I can't read it, its too blurry and too far down inside.
$ 30.00 - Sold OutFun black bonnet style hat circa 1930s. Woven straw with a brim and grosgrain ribbon ties that are meant to be tied into a bow under the chin. Grosgrain ribbon round the inside as well. Label reads: Beir Bros Niagara Falls , New York and gives the size as 22. It also says this was manufactured under fair labor standards. :) Will ship flat as its collapsible.
$ 70.00Gorgeous black velvet muff from the 1930s. The other side is a smocked/gathered black satin, and has a zippered compartment to carry all your things, so it doubles as a purse. There is a hand strap in black satin. Measures approx. 14" by 13" wide. The zippered compartment is about 7" wide and 7" deep so big enough for keys, cell, small wallet, etc...
$ 89.00Oh how I wish this fit me. Beautiful vintage black crepe dress from the late 30s, or early 1940s. I adore the body hugging fit and the slightly raised collar and cuffed sleeves. The sleeves are 3/4, and the skirt is a straight pencil style. Has a side metal zipper and there is a matching belt that is sewn on at either side. . Small to extra small, I'd say. No label.
$ 44.00Softest rick black silk velvet skirt circa late 20s or 30s. Wonderful slits up both sides that were sewn kind of oddly ( and I can't tell if it was intentional or not actually) to give the bottom hem a slightly asymmetrical look and give some fun shape and movement when you walk. Grosgrain ribbon inside the waist band. Two hook and eye closures at the waist on the side followed by three snaps underneath down the hip. No label, most certainly homemade. Small size.
$ 89.00Beautiful vintage black crepe dress from the late 30s, or early 1940s. Take a look at that divine bodice design with the mesh panel in the décolletage, the swooping "upside down" collar and the fabric covered buttons. There is a nude nylon panel behind that mesh for modesty as well, by the way and an elastic band that one can bring up over the back of the neck to help the front hold it's shape. The sleeves are 3/4, it is slightly drop waisted and the skirt is a straight pencil style with a wonderful additional panel down the front that swings out when one walks. Has a side metal zipper and there are thread loops for a belt but no belt. Small to medium size, I'd say. Label says " International Original, New York".
$ 38.00Lovely deep rust colored satin handbag circa the 1930s, with a single matching strap and gold tone clasp closure. This darling little bag is lined in dark brown satin. It has two interior compartments, one about the right size for keys or a smaller cellphone, he other for a lipstick. No label. Measures about 9" tall including the clasp but not the strap, and about 8.5" wide at its widest. It packs flat so excellent for travel!
$ 72.00This is a darling floral print cotton dress from the 1930s. Short sleeves with just a bit of pouf at the shoulder. Pleating at the skirt at the waist. Side snap and one hook and eye. Fun watercolor floral print of blues and yellows and browns on a light background. Mediumish size. No label.
$ 18.00This is a gorgeous set of salt and pepper shakers from what I suspect is sometime in the 1920s or possibly 30s based on their having screw caps. They may be older even, they look it. They are marked with 2311 on the bottom, which research has informed me means silver plate on copper. There is also another makers mark, which I find impossible to make out. Research keeps pointing to the 2311 being mostly FB Rogers, but I could swear these marks start with a W and then an H or B. So your guess is as good as mine. Either way, these are really sweet, with each panel on the sides having a Dutch scene, like a windmill, etc...As mentioned the lids screw off, there are no corks or bottom openings. They stands about 2" tall and are about 1.25" at the widest.