Wednesday, July 11, 2012

New at Noble Savage Vintage

The dog days of Summer are upon us, with a vengeance I might add.  I don't know about you, but I've spent a lot of time hiding in the AC, which has given me lots of time to clean, mend,  and photograph my ever growing collection of men's and women's vintage clothing and accessories.  Here are just a few new additions to the Noble Savage Vintage Shop on Ruby Lane.  I hope you enjoy.  

1920's Linen Day Dress
 Breezy 1920's linen day dress with crochet buttons.  This dress is perfect for your Jazz Age and or Gatsby Parties and is in a great larger size to boot.

1920 Sis Hopkin's Midi Blouse
Who remembers Sis Hopkins, not the 1940's version,but the original starring Rose Mellville?  Yes, silly question as she was well before all of our times.  However, this midi Blouse bears the Sis Hopkin's label making it highly collectible and is in wonderful condition making it quite wearable. In fact it looks just fab with the skirt below (imagine that). For more info on my research for this blouse, click here. I had a blast looking into this piece.

1920's Sporty Cotton Skirt
 More early ladies"sportswear".  This lovely sporty blue cotton skirt features wrap around pork chop pockets with a pretty white soutache embroidery which carries onto the center front.

Late Victorian Men's Printed Percale Shirt 
 This was a first for me.  I have had many mens dress shirts with detachable collars and cuffs, but never before have they matched the print of the shirt.  This late Victorian pullover has a fun all over box print and was made by the Oriental Shirt Company.

1930's Men's Manhattan Tuxedo Shirt w/ French Cuffs
 This the fist of many men's dress shirts I am working on.  This one dates to the early 1930's, has a Manhattan label and is a great size at 16 1/2.  All accessories in the photo are sold separately and will be available soon.

Silk Plush Top Hat
This silk plush top hat was purchased from R.H. Traver in Detroit around the turn of the century making it late Victorian to Early Edwardian.  It is a smaller size about 6 7/8 but is really in very nice condition.  

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