Bay State Antiques

Mary White,     108 Central Street,     Rowley, MA     01969-1317

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TEDDY BEARS AND CLOTHING FOR BEARS



805456     Old Print Blouse Might be Cute for Teddy Bear of Doll

This old cotton print doll blouse probably dates between the late 1930s to the 1950s. It is a sleeveless blouse with a peter pan collar and 3 mother of pearl faux buttons, but is kept closed with 3 snaps. It has big polka dots in green, pink and purple. This was made for a larger doll, but coul also fit nicely on a teddy bear.
The blouse is 7 1/2" long, shoulder width is 6 1/2", across the chest it is 8" lying flat. The conditio is good the the age. The piping is unstitched on one of the armhole openings. In one picture I pulled to separate this piping to show the problem better.
I am using an 18" bear to model the blouse so you can see how it looks on that size bear,
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Price: $10.00






805453     Navy Blue Sweater with Blue Stripe for Teddy Bear

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Price: $10.00






405204     This is a white piquet jacket that probably dates from the late 1800s to early 1900s. There is handsewn binding all around the jacket on the inside and the seams of the sleeves are all hand sewn and cross stitched by hand to avoid the edges of the fabric from unravelling. The sleeves are nice and wide so it can easily fit a teddy bear as well as a boy doll. This would also be a nice jacket on any early doll like a chinahead doll.
Measurements: Shoulder width 6 1/2". Sleeves 6" long and 7 1/2" around. Jacket length 7 1/4".
Condition: This is sturdy material and is in very good condition.
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Price: $25.00






406236     This is a pair of early boy's short pants in a white linen fabric. These are probably from the late 1800s, early 1900s. These are the style that would button onto a cotton dress undershirt with an over blouse middy or long waisted jacket, or could even button on directly to a blouse. The top would require 4 buttons, one for the front, one in back and one at each side. There are 2 button holes at each side, but they would button over the same button.
Measurements: Waist 24" around. Length at the side is 10 1/2".
Condition: Fairly good for the age. One small hole in the back about the size of a dime - 1/2" round. Small stain or scortch mark on the hem in the back.
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Price: $15.00






405235     This is a cute pair of antique blue and white check boy's romper style button-on pants. This is made from factory made cloth, but has the home spun look. The button holes are on the front and back and double on each side that each button on over the same button. The top for these would require 4 buttons. These are nicely made and have a nice facing on the inside of the pant leg.
Measurements: Waistband 21" around. At the side they are 9" long including the waistband. Since these are a romper style, the length goes to 11" in the middle.
Condition: The condition is good.
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Price: $25.00






405233     This is a cute white cotton jersey top with short sleeves and a high neck that opens in the back which makes it easy to put on a doll or teddy bear. On a bear, this would look cute by itself. On a doll, it could help complete an outfit. There is one snap in the back to keep it closed. Both pieces of the snap are there, but one part needs to be sewn back on the correct side. This is probably from the 1950s or so.
Measurements: Shoulder width in the front is 5". The top is short and is only about 4 1/2" long. The bottom at the waist is about 14" around. The fabric does stretch a bit. The sleeves are 2 1/4" long and 4" around.
Condition: Fairly good. One part of the snap needs to be sewn back on as previously mentioned, and part of the seam needs to be resewn at the neck. It could use a washing.
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Price: $10.00






405228     White sleeveless doll shirt or blouse with tailored collar. One snap in front for closure. This looks to be from the 1950s from the style of the shirt and the snap used. It is manufactured. This could be for a girl or boy doll or even a bear. One picture shows the blouse on a 16" antique boy doll so you can see how it looks on a doll.
Measurements: It measures 10 1/2" around the waist. In the back the shoulder width if 4 1/2", but closer to 5" in the front as the design has it more loose fitting in the front.
Condition: Good, just a little dirty from age.
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Price: $9.00






201055     This is a charming child's apron in a brown dotted print on a white background with red trim. This is an all over apron and would be great on a teddy bear. I have used a 23" bear as a model. (The bear does not go with the apron.) This is an unusual design for a child's apron which probably dates to the first part of the 1900s. It is basically an apron front with attached sleeves to protect the sleeves of the child's outfit. It has sort of a yoke in back that buttons to keep the apron in place. It is all one piece of cloth. The sleeves are not inset, but designed in such a way that the only seam is where the inside of the sleeves are sewn together. The red piping is both decorative and the finish for the edge all the way around. This looks very cute on a teddy bear. I had to fold it over a lot at the shoulder so it would fit the bear and look cute. From the shoulder to hem it is 12 1/2" and across the chest about 12".
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Price: $48.00






201054     This blue and white check all over apron would be great on a teddy bear and I have used a 23" bear as a model. (The bear does not go with the apron.) This is an unusual design for a child's apron which probably dates to the first part of the 1900s. It is basically an apron front with attached sleeves to protect the sleeves of the child's outfit. It has sort of a yoke in back that buttons to keep the apron in place, as well as apron strings to keep it tied in back. It is all one piece of cloth. The sleeves are not inset, but designed in such a way that the only seam is where the inside of the sleeves are sewn together. There is white piping throughout for the seam edge and decoration. This looks very cute on a teddy bear. I had to fold it over a lot at the shoulder so it would fit the bear and look cute. From the shoulder to hem it is 15 1/2" and across the chest about 12".
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Price: $52.00






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