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Frames Child's Vintage Jet-Pilot Outfit

Petrie Point Designs

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Frames Child's Vintage Jet-Pilot Outfit

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; slight fading due to age and authenticity
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
wood/cotton/silk/glass/linen/polyester
Size:
32" L x 28.75" W
Color/Finish:
white frame

Why We Love This

1950s one-of-a-kind “Captain Aire” pilot costume for a toddler, by Natty Boy. Faded navy cotton jacket and cap, yellow piping, pilot wing appliqué on hat and jacket, gold-detailed buttons and pockets. Light blue silk-blend mat, white wood frame, picture-quality glass, coated steel wire and D-ring back mounting.
As described by Petrie Point Designs

About Petrie Point Designs

Petrie Point Designs (PPD) is a collection of rare, one-of-a-kind, vintage/antique pieces that are turned into custom framed works of art. Inspired by summers on Long Island, founder Susan Petrie-Badertscher captures her memories and translates them into whimsical, chic pieces suitable for any interior. The PPD collection blends classic pieces from the 1920s-1960s with a modern aesthetic bringing the company‘s tagline, Memories Made Modern, to life.