Set designer Tess Newall, 29, thought the dress had been lost after Edinburgh dry cleaners Kleen Cleaners went into administration. Ms Newall, who got married in June last year, believed the dress had been taken to be sold by administrators Wylie & Bisset. It sparked an appeal on Facebook and national TV for help in finding the dress, which was eventually discovered in a crumpled heap on the floor of the dry cleaners. In a post that was shared more than 300,000 times, she wrote: "I have just found out that the dry cleaners have lost my much loved wedding dress. "It was made by my Great Great Granny in 1870 (I altered the top) and I wore it in June 2016. "It seems that the dress was taken to be sold so it could be winging its way anywhere. Please share this far and wide in case anyone stumbles across it." In an attempt to find the dress, which was made by her great-grandmother Dora, she appeared on Sky News and her story went viral. It prompted the administrators to contact her saying it had been found by the shop landlord in a crumpled heap on the floor. Ms Newall wrote: "We received this letter this morning from the administrators, Wylie & Bisset, confirming that our dress was not in Kleen Cleaners. "However, we also received a phone call from the very kind landlord of the shop property who had read about it. "He checked what was really left by Wylie & Bisset and found an antique lace dress in a crumpled heap on the floor.
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