This one-of-a-kind long sleeve shirt is made from a Quaker Lace tablecloth circa 1900s-1960s. The Quaker Lace Company produced accessible, machine-made lace for over 100 years before closing in the early 1990s. Their lace was even found in the Eisenhower-era White House. This textile is overdyed black with floral motifs throughout, and can be worn open as a jacket or by itself.
Six front buttons
Thread chain loop closure
Two chest pockets with flaps
Made in New York
Dry clean only
Hand with care, color transfer may occur
All wear, mending, and idiosyncrasies are unique to the antique textile.
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