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Railroad Upholstery Deconstructed Blazer (40)

Railroad Upholstery Deconstructed Blazer (40)


This blazer is made from an early 20th Century railroad striped canvas upholstery from the “Jeff & Jack Transfer” Co. Originally used as a moving blanket in Visalia, California to protect furniture. Branded with the original company markings.


  • Two front found vintage buttons
  • Two front patch pocket; One front breast pocket
  • Hand stitched button holes
  • Buttoned throat latch
  • Clean-finish cuffs with horn button
  • Shell: cotton; Lining: black deadstock linen
  • Model is 6'1"


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.