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machine stitching 4 moosehide 4 scalloped 38 commercially tanned 94 buckle 107 chromed 14
skirt 35
ca. 1920
waist: 31 in, L: 30 in, inseam length: 15 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Irving H. "Larry" Larom Estate
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.
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