In Scotland Lost 150-year-old wedding gown found after Facebook post

Woman in Scotland recovers 150-year-old wedding dress after social media appeal

Woman in Scotland recovers 150-year-old wedding dress after social media appeal

In June 2016, the 29-year-old wore the sentimental vintage dress when she Wednesday her husband Alfred Newall and then gave it for dry-cleaning later that same year. Months later after her wedding, she took her dress to the dry cleaners but something tragic happened.

A 150-year-old wedding gown has been reunited with its owner after a Facebook plea by a distressed bride in Scotland who lost it at the dry cleaner's. The dress went missing when the dry cleaning business she took the dress to closed down permanently as a result of bankruptcy a year ago.

"My family can't thank you all enough for creating this frenzy which allowed us into the shop before it was too late, and are over the moon to be *almost* reunited with Dora's dress". In a dream-come-true moment, she found a "crumpled heap" of antique lace at the closed shop after getting a phone call from the landlord of the shop. He checked what was left by the administrators (Wylie & Bisset) and found a crumpled heap of antique lace on the floor. More family memories need to be woven into its threads.

The landlord phoned Tess' parents at their home in Morham, East Lothian, and a long-awaited reunion with the dress was all set for Saturday - until one final twist.

'He really searched and he found a pile of old lace which he realised was what he thought was the dress. "When they called me with the unbelievable news, I was overjoyed but also very frustrated, as in a unusual twist a man from the administration company arrived just before my parents were leaving with the dress and said we had to wait until Monday for 'procedural issues, '" she told Brides.

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'I didn't even know of its existence until my grandmother brought it up when I told her in August 2015 that Alfred and I had got engaged.

She said she still planned to have the dress cleaned, but at a place "where we can't let it out of our sight." she adds.

'There was no sign of the dress, nothing to match the ticket we had and we're anxious that it has been sold off.

"I'm just so relieved and overwhelmed to have it back safe", said Tess, 29. Thanks to her post, someone involved with the property took a closer look.