A gorgeous French metallic hydrangea floral print lamé & magenta silk-velvet evening cape dating back to the mid 1920's. Evening capes from the art-deco era remain a perennial favorite, perhaps because no other period combined such opulence with youthful sass. The casual, free-size cut of the cape embodies the flapper's "party till dawn" attitude. The sensual silk-velvet, sparkling metallic lamé and luxurious heavily-ruched collar all whisper "wealth and status." The hydrangea floral print represents gratitude, grace and beauty. It also radiates abundance because of the lavish number of flowers and the generous round shape. What a beautiful sentiment for this garment. It closes with a lavish front sash and the cut will adapt to pretty much any frame. An extremely rare and hard-to-find garment in this kind of color combination and style.
Bust: Free Size
Total Length: 42 inches
This antique French cape is in excellent wearable condition with no visible stains or holes. The cape is lined with beautiful ivory china-silk. Only sign of wear is slight tearing to the inside lining. Please message for detailed pictures. This piece is 100 years old and is truly spectacular. This rare garment is in beautiful wearable museum quality condition; something that is becoming more and more of a rarity as time goes by.