A vintage 1930s pale green and gold lame lace gown with ruffles at the top, a gold lace up tie on the front bodice, and hook and eyes on the side seam. The dress would need to be worn with a slip (and does not come with a slip).
Size: xs to small (fits my 34-24-34 dress form well; will work for someone slightly bigger in the waist and hips because of bias cut)
Condition: Very good, especially considering age and delicacy of dress. I have repaired a couple breaks in the lace on the back of the dress. On the back skirt of the dress, there's a rust spot (see last pic), which is much less noticeable in person than in the pic because it is small and blends into the metallic lace. Lame thread has some oxidation, most notably around the shoulders/neckline and hem (see pics). These flaws are barely noticeable and do not detract from the beauty of the dress--she presents beautifully! One final note: because of nature of fabric, I didn't want to wash or spot treat the dress, and I don't have a professional cleaner I trust with garments like this one. The dress has been steamed and aired out but not washed.