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House of Eliza

Vintage 1960s Cream Wool Wedding Dress with Provenance

Vintage 1960s Cream Wool Wedding Dress with Provenance

Regular price £345.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £345.00 GBP
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A stunning cream woollen 1960s wedding dress with a photo of the original owner wearing it in 1967 with a hand written postcard explaining the history of this dress. 

This woollen wedding dress was designed and made in the workshop of the National Theatre when it was the Old Vic, Waterloo Road for a wedding in 1967. It was created by the men's main cutter Stephen Skaptason and a Canadian from Stratford, Ontario and costume supervisor Ivan Alderman.

It is full length with long train, shawl collar the sleeves with slight split, with hook and eye fastening, lined with a front fastening zip for a good fit.

Pit to pit: 16"
Length: 54" excluding train.

Condition Report

The woven wool on the right shoulder has a small rip to it and the underside of the train has stains on it from being worn. Please see photos. 

Please note colours may vary depending on your screen.

This is a vintage piece. Threads may be lose, imperfections may occur. We are always very honest with our listings and will always list any age related issues we notice but please be aware that this dress is around 60 years old.

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