1920s Mustard Satin Regalia Robe w/ Teal Soutache Embroidery, by Ihling Brothers, Most Sizes
Step into the opulence of the 1920s with this exquisite mustard satin regalia robe adorned with turquoise soutache embroidery by Ihling Brothers Everard Co. Crafted from luxurious heavyweight yellow satin, this robe is a testament to the elegance of the era. The striking light teal and mustard cord embroidery adds a touch of sophistication, creating a visually stunning contrast. Featuring a dramatic standing collar, cape sleeves that open almost to the shoulder, and a sweeping train, this robe captures the essence of 1920s glamour. Lined in cream satin and cotton, this robe is a true masterpiece, transporting you to a bygone era of luxury and style.
The Ihling Bothers Everard Co was a manufacturing company out of Kalamazoo, Michigan that made regalia for Masonic and Fraternal orders. I'm guessing that this was also used as a Mardi Gras krewe costume during it's lifetime.
- Note: This is one size fits most but please pay attention to the shoulder measurement.
- Fits like: One size fits most. But I'd say it's best for Extra Small to Medium.
- Across Shoulder (armscye to armscye) : 15"
- Front Length (shoulder to hem): 53"
- Total Length (not including standing collar): 83.5"
- Material: Synthetic satin, cotton, snaps, ribbon, soutache.
- Brand/maker: Ihling Brothers Everard Co, Kalamazoo Michigan.
Condition: Very good vintage condition. This cape is very solid and wearable but it has definitely been used. There are water lines on the right side and at the train from getting wet. These go all the way through to the lining. The train has had a piece of white cotton tacked on the underside to help protect it. There is some discoloration under the arms. The white satin lining on the standing collar is discolored and had adhesive stuck to it at some point. There are some abrasion spots to the satin on the exterior. Please view the photos carefully.