Prudence Petticoat

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This beautifully hand-crafted antique petticoat is an Edwardian-era dream. The lace is absolutely gorgeous and there are some little tear-drop balls hanging from the lace that makes this so unique and wonderful. This would work under an Edwardian tea dress, layer it with your modern skirts, or would look beautiful as sheer skirt over some skivvies. This petticoat features two hook-and-eyes to fasten at the waist. 

Era: 1910's
Brand: Not Marked
Vintage Size: Not Marked
Modern Size: S/M
Waist: 28 in
Hips: 35 in
Length: 40 in
Length of opening on side: 7 in
Condition: Good - excellent Edwardian condition. A few very small holes near the opening on side from previous owner altering the petticoat by adding a white panel to make it larger, does not effect wearability. Small stain that is not very visible, see photo #5.

Type: Petticoat

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If measurements are included in the product description, please note the frocks are measured lying flat. Waist and hips measurements are doubled to give you the full circumference measurement. For example, if the product reads "Waist: 27 in", then that is the entire waist measurement of the garment. When measuring your waist, take a measure tape around your waist area, above your hips. Make sure that it is not too tight. When measuring your hips and chest, measure the widest part around your lower body and breasts, again, not too tight.
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 Frockify Vintage Conditions 

Fair: A few damages, but we would still rock it, so you would too. We'll always describe any damages in product descriptions. We would never sell anything on Frockify that we would not wear oursleves.

Good: Good condition, but there is one thing that makes it not great. We will always list any imperfections in the product descriptions.

Great: No noticeable damages. It is so rockin’, you can’t even. But, for real, hurry before someone else snags it.

Mint: Never worn or deadstock items.