This is Ralph Lauren meets Andy Warhol in Quilt Form. This is an authentic, antique American quilt made circa the 1900s-1930s in the Lone Star pattern. It was made by a rogue. Even though the Lone Star quilt pattern is a very common quilt pattern, we have never seen large-scale flowers combined with the Lone Star in this way. It has been hand stitched and the flowers are hand embroidered. This was not sewn or quilted by a master and in some places the stitching is elementary. We absolutely love the backing fabric. This can best be appreciated on the lapel.
Please note: there is a large patch on the front of this piece which we have tried to capture in the attached photo. There are also a few zig-zag mends camouflaged throughout this piece. There are also a few small stains on the pocket and other various places on the quilt.
In our opinion, this quilt has medium loft (puffiness) but is very flattering and comfortable to wear.
- 2 Generous front pockets
- 1 antique square wooden button as a closure
- Blazer lapel Collar style
- 1 Exaggerated vent in the center back
52” top of the back of neck to the bottom of the hem
21” laying flat, armpit to armpit, buttoned jacket
24.5” shoulder seam to bottom of arm, uncuffed
22” center back vent
Please note that all of our jackets are made from antique quilts and the fabric reflects this. Our fabrics are sometimes older than 100 years old and are perfectly worn. We believe this is what makes them special and is part of their charm. All of our garments are pre-washed in a special restoration quilt wash. We recommend only spot cleaning if necessary.
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