Long Natural Cotton Petticoat Skirt

$119.52 $132.80

This is a vintage Hungarian circle petticoat. The skirt would have been worn in summer as a petitcoat under a skirt, it is lovely for dancing in and keeping cool on summer days. Made from fine cotton, pre 1945. The hem has a hand sewn scalloped hem. The whole skirt has been stitched by hand.

The waist is elasticated, and part of a newer section which has made the skirt longer than the average petitcoat

Key feature is the 2.40 meters of hand sewn open thread work scalloped hem!

Size:
The circle skirt is made up of 3 panels 80 cms / 31.49 inches at the widest part.
Length from waist to hem 108 cm / 42.51 inches
Waist - Elasticated 60 cm / 23.62 inches, Extended 90cm/ 35.43 inches
Circumference of skirt hem 240 cm / 94.48 inches

This original part of the skirt has been handstitched and is very old, in good condition, the photos act as part of the description. This skirt is a piece of history and one off.

Beyond France is a vintage linen specialist, sourcing beautiful fabrics from across Europe and Eastern Europe.

Many people assume that vintage linens only come from France; however the tradition of making fabrics from flax and hemp was prominent throughout Europe well into the 1940's.

See my shop for more vintage antique homeware and linens:
https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/BeyondFranceLTD

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Shipping from United Kingdom

Items will be dispatched within 3 working days, using Parcel Force or Royal Mail depending on weight.
Where possible- We use tracked and signed for European and International posting to include insurance on the item sent.
For UK parcels where possible-we use First Class,

Returns & Exchanges

I gladly accept returns and exchanges

Just contact me within: 7 days of delivery

Ship items back to me within: 14 days of delivery

I don't accept cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:

  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)

Returns and exchange details

In line with the Distance selling regulations:
If you are unhappy with your purchase, please let us know within seven working days of receiving the goods. We will not offer any refund, exchange or credit for items that are returned without prior notice or on occasions when contact is made after seven working days.
The items must be returned to us within a further 14 days.
The items must be returned using an insured delivery service that covers the full cost of the items. Liability for loss or damage during transit lies with the customer.
The customer must return the goods unused in "as new" condition for a full refund. The cost of post and packaging will not be refunded.

We will write to you to confirm your return has been processed and you will receive your refund or exchange (when in stock) within 14 days of the return being received. It may be the case that we will have a suitable replacement being dyed or prepared, so if you are able to wait for us to return from a trip we may be able to exchange the item outside of the 14 days.

Please note that refunds on items bought as presents can only be given to the original payer and if you decide to exchange the item, we under no obligation not to tell the payer.

Additional

At Beyond France, we spend a lot of time washing and ironing linen so these suggestions come from experience:

Washing linen
If the linen is heavily soiled, it can be washed at up to 60 ° with a 90° pre-wash. The Linen can also be sprayed or soaked with stain remover. To save energy and the environment do not wash hotter than necessary, 40° is sufficient for light soiling.

Dyed Linen should be washed at 40°, in a separate wash.
The Indigo colour is achieved by a natural dying process, which means there is natural colour fade

Drying and ironing linen
Linen is renowned for creasing. So, to minimise creasing and make ironing easier:

Iron linen when it still damp.

Use a tumble dryer to make the linen feel soft and easy to iron. Even a short blast in the dryer will make a difference.

Don't dry in summer sun as the linen fibres will dry like cardboard.

Don't leave dyed products in direct sunlight. If desirable natural linen can be lightened in the sun.

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