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Vintage Nightshirt from Now Defunct Brand Rice Stix Kerry Knight

Color
  1. White
Universal Size
  1. L
  2. XL
  3. XXL
Quality Hard to Find Nightshirt from Vintage Clothing Maker that Closed in the 1950s

Here is what is known about the brand from the Vintage Fabric Guild
Rice Stix
Dry Goods began in St. Louis in 1879, having moved upriver from Memphis. Ten years later they moved to their new location, later known as The Merchandise Mart. They occupied the largest space for a firm in downtown St. Louis. By mid-century, they were also manufacturing over forty brands of wearing apparel, such as the Kerry brand seen here. The owners sold the business in 1955 and it was moved to New York in 1957.

The item of sartorial interest listed is an excellent cotton nightshirt from the late Victorian through 1955 company Rice Stix most likely dating to the early 20th century.

The robe is a white nightshirt like new which features a front placket with mother of pearl buttons and a front pocket. The material is most likely cotton however high quality cottons from this era almost have an Irish linen quality to them. Condition is surprisingly good for its age with no visible tears or stains upon my inspection. Rare to find such good quality from the Downton Abbey/ Boardwalk Empire era.

Detailed measurements can be provided upon request.

Rough Measurements
Shoulder to Shoulder: 20"
Chest: 25"
Sleeve: 20"
Overall Length: 42"

Before sending out I will air out the cloth and give the garment a good brushing and once over. I do not utilize dry cleaners except for clothes I do not care about as they set stains and damage clothing.


I am happy to assist with all questions and thank you for your consideration for this quality product. CONUS only and I am not currently offering returns.

Reasonable offers will of course be considered, so feel free to MAKE OFFER or contact.

SHIPPING INCLUDED



Be well and thank you for your consideration.
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Diederik Estabrok
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