Lightweight three-season black topper coat. Raw-silk texture, fully lined in white. No closure, swing silhouette with shoulder darts front and back. Two slanted welt pockets. Feels heavenly to wear. Light, breezy, and straight out of Mad Men. Well-made in the U.S.A. in the 1950s or early 60s. From the Jamieson estate.
Labels: only a 1955-'63 Union label remains
Fiber/Care: unmarked (looks, feels, and burn tests as silk with acetate lining), dry-clean
Condition: overall, very good and looks new when worn. the lining has spots and marks (see photo). a few tiny glitches here and there are too minor to show in photos. a few slightly weakened seams may eventually need reinforcing stitches.
*This topper coat has been professionally dry-cleaned and is ready to wear.*
shoulders: 16" (40.5cm)
sleeves: 22" (55.5cm)
bust: maximum 44.5" (113cm) with front closed
length: 45" (114cm) from nape to hem on back
(BDV SKU: 00419-001)
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