This workwear jacket is made from an early 1900's wool log cabin quilt. Log cabin quilts became popular in the 1860's-1950's and are known for their red centers that symbolize hearth or fire. Half of log cabin quilts are dark and the other half light, to symbolize light coming in through the window (or red center). This jacket is velvet, with multi-colored stitching throughout.
Three patch pockets
Six buttons on front
Boxy fit, XS/S
All wear, mending, and idiosyncrasies are unique to the original fabric. Tailor-made in New York. Dry clean only.