In the Victorian Apron Shop you will find home made aprons dating from the early 1900s to the 1970s. We have tried to find aprons that particularly speak to our love of filet crochet or ones that sing to us of Victorian tea parties.
If you are interested in Filet Crochet patterns, please see The Victorian Magazine Shop where you will find vintage and antique magazines featuring Filet Crochet patterns.
Please enjoy browsing.
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$49.95 Early 1900s Rare Organza Apron with Filet Crochet Roses Hemline - Item #315
This is a stunning Vintage Organza Apron with is edged in Filet Crochet which is done in roses. There is a filet crochet rose at the end of each tie. Truly beautiful. It is amazing the amount of work that went into making this filet crochet. It is a rare find since filet crochet aprons are scarce. Filet Crochet was very popular in the early 1900s. The waist measures 18 1/4" without the ties. The length is 22 1/5" and the ties are 20" each. The apron is in pristine condition with no holes, stains, or breaks in the crochet edging. Circa: Early 1900s. Who would not want this at their next tea party?
$34.95 Early 1900s Rare Child's White Lawn Cloth Apron with Rose Filet Crochet Hemline - Item #334
This is a darling Vintage White Lawn Cloth Apron with a hemline in Filet Crochet Roses. The filet crochet is done in a "step ladder" hemline . The edges of the pocket and the apron are trimmed in tiny crochet. Absolutely darling. This is a rare find to even find an antique child's apron, let alone one done in filet crochet. The waist measures 12" without the ties. The length is 20" and the ties are 9" each. The apron is in pristine condition with no holes, stains, or breaks in the crochet edging. The picture makes it looked stained, but it is not. The fabric is lawn cloth and so is semi transparent and is picking up the pattern of the carpet. Circa: Early 1900s. Can you just imagine your daughter wearing this apron as she helps host your next tea party?
$9.95 Vintage Red Rick Rack Apron - Item # 334"
This is a darling Vintage Red Rick Rack Apron that has a wide waist and ties and is very full. It is made out of a printed red, green and gold cotton fabric. The waist measures 16 1/2" x 3" without the ties. The length is 19 1/4" and the ties are 28 1/2" x 3" each. It has been hand soaked and washed. There are a few tiny black spots on the top of the pocket and near pocket opening which we were not able to get out. You have to look very close to even see them. This reminds me of a Doris Cleaver, Leave It To Beaver Apron.
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