Irish Warehouse Lace, Linen, and Other Peasant Industries

Depot for Irish Peasant Industries
By Special Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen
Established over 50 Years.

Vintage Fashions - Irish Warehouse - London (1912)

Irish Warehouse (Inglis & Tinckler)
147, Regent Street, London, W.

Irish Laces

Lace Gowns, Theatre Coats, Blouses, Berthe, Flounces, Jabots, Carrick-ma-cross, Limerick, New Ross, Youghal Point, also Baby Irish Lace and Insertion, the production of our workers.

Irish Poplin

Newest Colorings for Day and Reception Gowns, and Tartans for Children’s Dresses; also double width Black Irish Poplin for Dresses and Mantles. Irish Poplin Neck-wear, new designs, and colorings.

Irish Linen

Embroidered Table and Bed Linen, Guests’ Towels, etc.—exclusive designs—Dinner and Luncheon Sets. Hand Embroidered Linen Blouses and Robes, Hand Embroidered Tea Napkins and Doileys.

Irish Handkerchiefs

Hand Embroidered Clear Lawn veined and trimmed Lace, also two letter Monogram, any combination, Ladies’ 12/9; Gentlemen’s 21/- doz. Embroidered corners and other Novelties.

Irish Hosiery

Real Balbriggan, for Ladies and Gentlemen; Cashmere, Cotton, Lisle, and Silk, perfectly fast sanitary dye, extra spliced heels, and toes. Imperial Irish Linen Mesh Underwear for Ladies and Gentlemen made only from pure Irish Linen Yarns. Every garment guaranteed.

Irish Tweeds

New coloring in Donegal and other makes for Motor and country wear; Shawls and Steamer Rugs.

Irish Boc Oak and Connemara Marble Novelties.

Please Note—This is our only retail address.

The Irish Warehouse, (Inglis & Tinckler)

147, Regent Street, London, W.

Telegrams: “Shamrock, London.’ Telephone: 2478 Gerrard.

The only house in London where Tartan Poplins can be obtained in all the Clans and Colors, specially adapted for Fancy and Evening Dress. Also a great variety of Old Irish Point and Antique Laces and Sets.

Cunard Daily Bulletin: Summer Edition, Liverpool: Cunard Steam Ship Company, Ltd., 1912, p. 9.

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