This wedding gown show turnover trend continues. A fancy dress made from super fine lace. The model, very similar to the style of wedding present, the length of the tail sweep the floor, subordinate width, and arms stacked Victorian style.
As quoted from the Daily Mail, the wedding gown worn by Ethel Dalziel on wedding to Ronald Cooper, 1908. And now, after the age of 104 years, this wedding dress was auctioned in Britain. Complete with satin small-sized shoes, stockings, and a headdress that still looks good.
Apparently, Dalziel family to look after the heritage of this very well. Elizabeth Hoare, the grandson said if she wanted to use it for her wedding dress, but it was his size larger than the size of the dress.
“My grandmother was a petite woman, have a small waist, her shoe size is also small. Was used as her wedding dress at the Hotel Windsor in 1908. Gown previously saved my mother, then passed down to me,” said Hoare. “Before, I tried this dress donated to the museum. I hope this wedding gown has a new mistress.”