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Descriptions
machine stitching 4 moosehide 4 scalloped 38 commercially tanned 94 buckle 107 chromed 14
Names
skirt 35
Date:
ca. 1920
Dimensions:
waist: 31 in, L: 30 in, inseam length: 15 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Irving H. "Larry" Larom Estate
Remarks:
Split riding skirt, light tan leather, (possibly moosehide) commercially tanned with smooth finish outside, roughout inside. Four piece construction with openings at both side seams with 3 chromed buckle and leather strap fasteners, scalloped edge on seam. Set-on waistband with scalloped lower edge. Patch pocket with `V' bottom on each front side, pockets have scalloped outer edges and 10" long fringe at the bottom. Bottom edges of skirt legs are scalloped and have a sewn row of 3-1/4" fringe, a second row of 3-1/2" fringe with scalloped top edge is sewn above bottom edge. Machine stitching with off-white thread and double row top stitching.
Accession Number:
1.69.2638

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