A beautiful, medium-weight bespoke coat by Bernard Weatherill, tailored in 1961.
This is a glorious coat. It would make the ideal showing coat for major event such as HOYS, or for warm 'high days and holidays' hunting.
It currently carries a navy velvet collar.
It is in wonderful condition & the most elegant shape.
There is a tiny fabric scuff on the right wrist but this is not in any way significant.
- superb cavalry twill cloth
- working button hole
- currently with velvet over-collar
- two sloped skirt pockets
- internal hidden breast pocket
- singe vent to the rear
- 3-button front (plain black buttons currently)
Bust 38" (19" across bust when laid flat, buttoned). It might suit a 36" or 38" bust depending on layers.
Length 28 1/4"
Shoulder seam to shoulder seam at the points 17 1/2" (this is about an inch below collar)
Outside sleeve 24" with additional hem
Inner sleeve armpit to cuff 16"