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1950s Exquisite Diamante four row necklace
This 1950s necklace is wonderful with four rows of beautiful diamante, very Audrey Hepburn. The stones are all claw set in sterling silver and the adjustment piece has a large diamante at the end.The rows are attached intermittently to each other so as the necklace lays correctly. The necklace measures fifteen inches (38 cms) but can be adjusted shorter if required.
1950s Lilac Felt Cocktail Hat with Pink Sequin Trim
1950s original lilac mohair cocktail Hat 21 inches 53 cms circumference with side grips to hold hat in place. The hat is embellished with a twisted pink sequin band.
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1950s Lucite and Silver tone Metal Geometric Necklace in blue
This is a geometric chic necklace from the 1950s with blue lucite brick shape stones framed with silver tone metal and an adjustable fastening chain. The brick nearest the chain has slight crackle under the lucite and of course does not show when you are wearing the necklace but I thought it best to mention this tiny flaw. The necklace measures fifteen inches ie 38 cms allowing for the chain to dangle down by an inch after being fastened.
1960s Mosbrook Blue Tartan Wool ladies kilt skirt
Unworn with ticket still attached is this very chic blue tartan kilt. The waist is 28 inches (71 cms) and the hips are 36 inches (92 cms) length 28 inches (71 cms) therefore a UK size 12 and USA size 10. The skirt is 100% pure wool and is fastened with black leather straps and buckles and an inside hook and eye. You could adjust this skirt by moving the hook and eye.
1960s Oscar de la Renta Velvet Dress
This beautiful dress in excellent condition is made in velvet and is an Oscar de la Renta design, but sadly I sold the jacket which had the label in it. However it does have the original Union Made label from the USA. The dress has a black bodice and the lower part is vibrant red yellow tan brown and black. An unusual feature of the dress is a small slit in the front of the hem. There are black loops ready for your own belt, a black patent belt would look great. The red glass necklace shown in the pic is not included in this sale.
Bust 36 inches 92 cms
Waist 28 inches 72 cms
Shoulder seam to Waist 15 inches 38 cms
Shoulder seam to Hem 42 inches 107 cms
1960s Couture Gabardine Wool Navy and Red Dress
Wonderful 1960s Couture dress with button over shoulder feature. The colours on main photo are a bit wishy washy the actual colour is as picture 2. Therefore the red is more of a flame red and both colours are as new. I have pulled this dress in to fit the mannequin and the shape therefore on the mannequin is not as flattering as it would be on you. The dress has a concealed zip and hook and eye at neck and waist down the back. I have listed the measurements below however as the dress is A line the bust size is the most important.
Bust 38 inches 96.5 cms
Waist 34 inches 86.5 cms
Hips 40 inches 101.5 cms
Length 39 inches 99 cms (shoulder seam to hem)
1960s CRESTA Chiffon Dress in Brown and White
This gorgeous dress is an original 1960s chiffon dress made by CRESTA and is very sheer particularly on the sleeves which can be seen in pic three and above the bust. The dress is in excellent condition and is lined at the yoke with a flesh coloured silk in a V shape and from the waist to the hem it is lined in black silk. This dress is beautifully made with zip. The collar is a roll neck with three tiny hook and eyes. In my photographs I have used a full tulle petticoat which is not included in the sale and in fact is a little long for the dress and has probably bulked it out a little more than it would be if it was on the right sized person. The dress has been clipped on to my dummy which is very small, the dress is 14 UK and has belt loops for you to add your belt of choice which is not supplied and would finish the look of the dress.
Bust 36 inches (92 cms)
Waist 30 inches (76 cms)
Length 39 inches (99 cms)
1960s Emerald Green Tent Dress in Wool
This unique dress is making a statement and is so unusual. I believe the dress has been home made in the 1960s and would be suitable for maternity too. The dress is fully lined has a good weight to it and is in great condition with a V neck. I can see this dressed up for that special occasion with a large brimmed hat in black or white or even emerald green and a pair of matching long close fitting gloves. For a more casual look you could add a pair of 60s boots and a pair of large clip on ear rings.