This is an Antique American quilt made circa 1870s-1900s. This is a quilt pattern we have never seen before and could not find in Barbara Brackman's quilt encyclopedia. This piece belongs in a museum, the reason we cut it is because a significant portion of the brown fabrics were shredded. We lovingly cut around those spots. Each fabric in this quilt is frameable on its own. This piece is beautifully hand quilted and hand sewn. In our opinion the quilt is very thin, very soft, and very light weight. We're dying for the polka dot fabric on the back of the quilt (inside of jacket). We took great care to bind this quilt in historic reproduction fabric from its era. You will see the exact original fabric in the quilt. We have used antique mother of pearl buttons as closures down this jacket. It is important to know that there is some age tanning throughout but it is very faint. Even though the fabric is in excellent condition, whoever buys this quilt should treat it as art and not a daily piece. If you have further questions please direct message us and we are happy to send you a video.
- Please reference measurements for a specific fit.
- One Size Fits Most - Model is 5’4 and approximately 125lbs
- One Pocket
50” top of the back of neck to the bottom of the hem (overall length)
22” laying flat, armpit to armpit, buttoned jacket
22.5” shoulder seam to bottom of arm, uncuffed
7 buttons down the front
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 special restoration quilt wash. We recommend only spot cleaning if necessary.
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