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18th Century European Chore Jacket (M)

18th Century European Chore Jacket (M)


This chore jacket is made from two 18th century European linen grain sacks. Hand woven on a narrow loom. This textile uses fibers that would have been produced on the family farm, and they were woven by hand to be used for grain harvest.

Each family hand a distinctive stripe, monogram or stamp, so that the miller could return the sack once processed to the rightful family.

Original mending throughout.


Notch lapels. Buttonhole at the left lapel.

Vintage buttons. Long sleeves with buttoned cuffs.

Two front waist pockets. Single vent. Lined sleeves.
Made in California.
Dry clean only.

Size medium: 30" front body length, 18.25" shoulder, 44" chest, 34.75" sleeve length.


Each textile bares marks of the past. All signs of wear, character, stains and mending are reminders of its' history, and original to every carefully curated and preserved textile. Hand made in California.

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