Name/TitleDress and petticoat
About this objectGirl's dress and petticoat; a store-bought frock to fit a toddler. The dress is of pink nylon, with a scalloped hem and embroidered with white and pink flowers. Long, pink ties are attached at either side of the waist. The matching petticoat was made by the donor. It is of pink synthetic fabric, with a full skirt and lace trim at the hem.
Purchased and hand-made in the 1950s by Mrs Dawn Jones for her three daughters, Pamela, Zelda and Vicki.
MakerJones, Dawn (Mrs)
Medium and Materialsprocessed material, textile.
Subject and Association Keywordsmanners and customs, costume. dress. fashion
Credit LineFrom the collection of Owaka Museum Wahi Kahuika The Meeting Place "a rest on your journey"