Antique White Cotton Child's Dress
Antique White Cotton Child's Dress
Chest: 20 inches (51 cm)
Collar to Hem (center back): 19.5 inches (50 cm)
Condition is good with staining (please see photographs)
When I was a little girl I fell in love with Victorian cage crinolines. Growing up that love became a passion for beautiful antique fashions, textiles and accessories. That passion has enabled me to bring you some of the finest historic fashions available on the market today. Collecting antique and vintage clothing is kind to the earth and a tangible investment option you can enjoy on a daily basis. Appreciated by all ages and cultures it offers a wonderful connection to history, revealing how people lived. The attention to detail in the construction of these intricate garments and accessories is remarkable. There is significant value in owning quality antique garments and it is my pleasure to make them available to you.
Purchase with confidence, if your purchase does not meet your expectations, you may return it. Please see our return policy below for details. We go to great lengths to ensure you are completely satisfied with your purchase and welcome your questions and comments.
We acquire the highest quality original artifacts and guarantee all of our items to be authentic and as described. Upon request a letter of authenticity will be written for any item purchased from Sarah Elizabeth Gallery.
We Buy Antique Clothing, Textiles and Uniforms.
We purchase individual items, large collections and museum deaccessions. If you are interested in selling item(s) please contact us. Referrals welcome!
If additional photographs or descriptions are needed for specific items, please contact us and we will be happy to send them to you.
We ship domestically and internationally. Fixed shipping charges apply. All textile shipments are packed with acid free tissue paper. Insurance is required on all shipments and is included into the shipping fee.
Purchase with confidence, if you are not completely satisfied with your purchase you may return it. To return an item please contact us within fourteen days of receiving the item and we will issue a return authorization. The item must be returned in the same condition as it was sent in. Buyer is responsible for shipping charges.
A 6% sales tax will be added on items shipped to Pennsylvania residents.
Sarah Elizabeth Founder of Sarah Elizabeth Gallery, a global resource for fine quality original historical garments, uniforms and textiles from the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries. A large number of her acquisitions have been deaccessioned from important American museums and historical societies such as The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and The National Heritage Museum. Her high profile client list includes national and international museums and private collectors. The History Channel filmed Sarah with her collection for an American Picker’s Civil War special. Recently rated the number three weekly cable television show, American Pickers has over six million viewers.
Sarah Lepardo's experience in the fashion industry began at the age of four when she would accompany her mother on business trips to Manhattan’s garment district. Her passion for historical clothing began the first time she saw a hoopskirt. Growing up in Gettysburg she immersed herself in history, studying and collecting original garments and Civil War uniforms. Throughout high school she participated in historical fashion workshops and attended summer classes at the Fashion Institute of Technology. As a guest speaker, Sarah taught high school students about Civil War era women’s clothing. Through an understanding of what women wore and why, the students gain insight into the role of women in society.
Sarah graduated from The Fashion Institute of Technology with a degree in Fashion Merchandising and Marketing. While attending FIT she studied in France and Italy, meeting with the CEO’s, designers and representatives from Gucci, Versace, Missoni and Yves Saint Laurent. Prior to graduation, she joined David Elizabeth Jewelry where she was responsible for product development and sourcing factories in China. Sarah exhibited at major tradeshows in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, New York and Tucson. Her experience included working with show management, executing preshow marketing, media kits, display design, product placement and post show follow ups.
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