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Blue Satin Siren! 1940s Never-Worn-Tag Rayon Satin Bias Nightgown~ Bust, 38 (#1478)

This “shiny & sensuous” nightgown dates from the mid-1940s, and is one of Richard’s special group of satins in the New Jersey ‘HQ’ of Silver Screen Loungerie! The gown is in mint-unworn condition, with no flaws that we could find. You will find this beauty in both the “Nightgowns” and “Richard’s Collection” departments. Click on one of the 'Gloria' models to explore our special Boutiques!

The gown is modeled by size 33 ‘Gloria’, who delights in the beautiful fit of this gown! (There are attached ties to snug in around the waistline.) The rayon satin fabric is the best of the late WW-2 era, and it’s simply not made anymore. The cotton lace ‘collar’ in the bodice is something to be adored, and is a perfect contrast to the shiny blue satin fabric. There is no maker’s label, but the ‘Sonnenfeld’s – St. Louis’ store tag shows a price of only $1.59! The size tag indicates “36”, but we measured a most-comfortable 38-plus inches around the bust.

Both the satin fabric and the lace are in mint condition, with no flaws of any kind. The gown is shown with a pink rayon satin bed jacket in two of the viewed images. This bed jacket is not included in the sale of the nightgown, but is available separately. Please email Richard at rreissig@aol.com for further information.

Truly one of our most stunning gowns, and eminently wearable by today’s sirens of their own boudoirs!

Vintage: 1940's
Colour: Bright blue
Make: Unknown
Size: 38+
Fabric: Rayon satin & cotton lace
Bust: 38+
Waist: 34
Length: 58
Hips: 42
Condition: Mint, new-with-tag

Price:

US $185.00 Change Currency


                                                                                                                                                       

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