Little Things Mean A Lot Little Things Mean A Lot DP10GS Silk Dupioni Gown with Smocked Bodice P1070639 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/TOL/TOL-DP10GS.jpg Little Things Mean A Lot DP10GS Silk Dupioni Gown with Smocked Bodice 1070639 2.00lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Little Things Mean A Lot DP10GS - Silk Dupioni Gown with Smocked Bodice

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Manufacturer part number: DP10GS

Beautifully smocked silk dupioni (slightly off white) 31 inch heirloom christening gown with hand embroidery and pin tucking on bodice and skirt. Sash at back of gown and stretch in smocking enables gown to fit several size babies. Includes matching bonnet and attached slip. Handmade using 100% Silk. (Please note that all natural silk fabrics have slubs which are an inherent part of the fibers and add to the individuality of the set. These should not be mistaken for flaws in the fabric.) Dry clean. Shipped with elegant padded hanger and zippered vinyl bag. Heirloom Preservation Bag recommended for long term storage. Available in sizes: small and large.


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