Apron Light Blue Checks with Red Tulips and Blue Flowers Pocket$20.00

  • Apron Light Blue Checks with Red Tulips and Blue Flowers Pocket
  • Apron Light Blue Checks with Red Tulips and Blue Flowers Pocket
  • Apron Light Blue Checks with Red Tulips and Blue Flowers Pocket
  • Apron Light Blue Checks with Red Tulips and Blue Flowers Pocket
  • Apron Light Blue Checks with Red Tulips and Blue Flowers Pocket
  • Apron Light Blue Checks with Red Tulips and Blue Flowers Pocket
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Apron Light Blue Checks with Red Tulips and Blue Flowers Pocket

Apron, Light blue checks with red tulips and blue flowers

Front pocket with back ties

Small hole by top of pocket. Some loose threads on tie. See photo.

Fabric is very lightweight.

Not sure of the age. However, the sides of the apron are not sewn, which mean this was likely made from fabric that was approx. 34" wide. This width was made starting in the 1930s, and by the 1960s, 40 to 45 inches was standard. I would estimate this to be a 1950s apron.

Great piece for a collector or as kitchen decor.

18" across at top

34" across at bottom

59" ties total length

19" long, waist to hem

This item is sold from a vintage boutique in Kansas City, Mo..

Apron, Light blue checks with red tulips and blue flowers

Front pocket with back ties

Small hole by top of pocket. Some loose threads on tie. See photo.

Fabric is very lightweight.

Not sure of the age. However, the sides of the apron are not sewn, which mean this was likely made from fabric that was approx. 34" wide. This width was made starting in the 1930s, and by the 1960s, 40 to 45 inches was standard. I would estimate this to be a 1950s apron.

Great piece for a collector or as kitchen decor.

18" across at top

34" across at bottom

59" ties total length

19" long, waist to hem

Apron, Light blue checks with red tulips and blue flowers

Front pocket with back ties

Small hole by top of pocket. Some loose threads on tie. See photo.

Fabric is very lightweight.

Not sure of the age. However, the sides of the apron are not sewn, which mean this was likely made from fabric that was approx. 34" wide. This width was made starting in the 1930s, and by the 1960s, 40 to 45 inches was standard. I would estimate this to be a 1950s apron.

Great piece for a collector or as kitchen decor.

18" across at top

34" across at bottom

59" ties total length

19" long, waist to hem

This item is sold from a vintage boutique in Kansas City, Mo..

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