THE LACE MUSEUM Detroit
THE LACE MUSEUM Detroit
133 West Main Street #219 Northville, MI. 48167 USA
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We have moved to a smaller space - in the same building at Northville Square - and now have a Museum Shoppe, along with our permanent display of antique lace, lace-making tools and pillows, that features imported French soaps and linens, antique and vintage buttons and textiles, and ephemera of all genre. We also extend our historic lace-making collection to local historical societies for presentations and conduct speeches and exhibits on antique lace at the Museum for private groups. Please call for further information. Please call ahead for Museum hours - we look forward to meeting you!
Curator and Owner: Mary Salmon PH: (937) 681-7219
This Authentic 1920s Tea Dress
is being donated to:
The AMERICAN AUTOIMMUNE RELATED DISEASES ASSOCIATION (AARDA) for their 17th Annual Spring Fund Raiser
"Return to Downton: An Afternoon Tea & Silent Auction
Where: THE WHITNEY, Detroit's iconic Romanesque Revival Mansion-Restaurant
1920s Afternoon Tea Dress
Excellent Handmade Couture Design, perhaps a London designer of the time.
Rich Chocolate Velvet with Embossed Silk Blend Crepe and Velvet Bodice Top. Also, fully lined in Silk Blend Crepe, with the fashionable Dropped Waistline that fits loosely across the hips and brushes along the knees. This Dress also features a lightly gathered left-hip fastened by a Brass Buckle that allows an elegant 4/5 inch additional left-hip Waist Drop. Simply beautiful work with elegant Filigree Brass Buckles. MINT CONDITION!!!
Probably American size of Ladies 8/10
THE LACE MUSEUM purchased an exquisite Linen with Needlelace Tablecloth
(below) that was purchased in Sicily and brought to Detroit somewhere around
the 1920(s) by the local Detroit Italian family (above). This family worked in the
Eastern Market in Detroit and had preserved many of the family linens
over generations. In turn, the monetary value of this Tablecloth was
donated to the Roman Catholic convent: Little Sisters of the Poor in Detroit.
This lovely tablecloth is in mint condition, complete with dinner
and luncheon napkins, and is on display at THE LACE MUSEUM.