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Great Unknown brown tweed cape, circa 1968

About

Constructed in wool and man made satin Featuring a single lapel collar and armholes Buttons fastening to the front Good condition with some light wear to the lining fabric Professionally dry cleaned and ozone-treated Inspected by a couture-trained seamstress All vintage items have been previously worn, gentle signs of wear are an inherent part of the piece This 1960s floor length cape, inspired by the Chanel collections of the time, is beautifully made in wool boucle in ivory, cappuccino and dark blue. With a grey satin lining and wool interfacing, it's a practical and chic way to add warmth and style to any wardrobe. Shoulder: 39cm Bust: 125cm Waist: 154cm Length: 141cm We estimate this piece to be a UK size L/XL We have been as accurate as possible with the measurements provided, however please note that as vintage clothing does not follow modern standardised sizing we have created a size guide for reference.

Details

  • Designer
    Unknown
  • Brand
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  • Place of origin
    Unknown
  • Period
  • Material notes

    Wool

    Satin

    Collar

    Button

  • Condition
    Good.
  • Dimensions

    D 55.52 in.

    D 141 cm

  • Bust
    49.22 in. (125 cm)
  • Waist
    60.63 in. (154 cm)
  • Length
    55.52 in. (141 cm)
  • Shoulder to Hem
    15.36 in. (39 cm)
  • Seller location
    London, GB
  • Seller reference number
    101532
  • Reference number
    LU7241580493

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