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slip and knickers

Object / Artefact › Applied Arts and Design
  • Description
    slip and knickers, woman's, candy pink nylon edged in flesh coloured nylon lace, slip has lace insert between cups and matching lace around hem, straps extend from cups, v neck to front, scoop back, panelled yoke to back, flared skirt; knickers have and elasticised waist, lace detail (to match slip) glued to right proper hip, cotton gusset
  • Place
  • Other Number
    1999.69.17
  • Accession number
    1999.69.17
  • Accession date
    31 May 1999
  • Collection area
  • Item count
    1
  • Record richness

Artefact

  • Credit
    gift of Ann Verdcourt, Dannevirke, 1999.69.17
  • Production
    Bendon (manufacturer)
    Auckland City
    Circa 1970s
    Elizabeth II (1952 -), House of Windsor, English reign
    machine stitched
  • Signature/marks
    • Bendon/85 Ex Long/Size 12/N.Z. Made/Hand or Machine Wash Delicate/Cycle, Drip Dry,/100% Nylon  (manufacturers label)
    • illegible  (manufacturers label)
  • Consists of
    • 0 - Whole › nylon
      nylon, nylon lace, elastic
    • trim › lace
    • .2 - knickers › elastic
  • Dimensions
    • .2 - knickers length (precise) : 260mm
    • .2 - knickers width across waist (precise) : 240mm
    • bust (precise) : 360mm
    • width across hem (precise) : 650mm
    • .1 - slip length (precise) : 1020mm
      (size 12)
  • Classification
  • Record created
    9 June 1999

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