Late Edwardian Beaded Skirt — Further reduced! Newly released from the confines of our stash, this skirt comes to you at a sale price for immediate wear. The period is circa 1922, just at the edge of he jazz age and the condition of both the fabric and the bead work fringe is as close to mint as we've ever seen in a garment from this era. The body of the skirt is heavy with luxurious embroidery on a fascinating matte woven fabric that might be silk, but we aren't sure, it is very unusual. The waistband is heavy grosgrain and closed with hooks and eyes and the beaded front seems to be just about mint and very sturdy. I always like to warn people if an antique garment is very fragile, to avoid heartbreak, but this one is very stable and has years and years of wear left in it. It looks quite new and possible unworn. The size is Small/Medium. The model wearing it is a size 4 and is wearing the waistband above her natural waist so I would say a size 2-4 can wear it and quite possible even a size larger with a narrow waist.