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    Group of (6) Women's period lace, ribbon and crocheted tops and jackets from unidentified productions. (ca. 1940) Group consists of: 1. Black long sleeve ¾-length cape of delicate black netting with swirl ribbon and cord design overall backed in black with pleated watermarked satin collar and simple tie. No label. Exhibits a few holes in netting with ribbon loss on one arm. 2. Beige crocheted floral lace short sleeve V-neck tea jacket with amethyst taffeta ribbon and bow along front. No label. Lace is slightly soiled and worn along shoulders. 3. Black net and ribbon short jacket with black watermarked satin pleated collar with simple tie. 4. Ivory silk long sleeve high collar top with delicate ivory crocheted overlay. Hook & eye back closure. 5. Pale pink long sleeve high collar top with ivory lace accent with black velvet and gold metal thread accents. Hook & eye back closure. Exhibits a tear along neckline. 6. Pale pink silk long sleeve high collar top with delicate ivory lace overlay. Hook & eye with snap back closure. Used in unidentified productions.

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    May, 2014
    17th Saturday
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