A beautiful, medium-weight bespoke showing or hunting 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 (with velvet collar removed)
It is in superb 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 for showing (can be removed for hunting)
- 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)
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"