1960s does 1920s John Hagarty Irish Handwoven Wool Opera Cloak
At first glance, you would swear this cloak stepped off the screen of a 1920s silent film. It's almost hard to believe that it was made 40 years later!
With enough draping and details to make Theda Bara swoon, this cloak is guaranteed to make a statement! What's truly unique about this piece is all the different ways you can wear it. Not only does it have a beautiful full hood to protect your coiffure on a snowy night, but it also has a collar that can be worn down or up for a more dramatic look. The hood along with the rest of the cloak is lined in a beautiful white satin and when worn down can be flipped inside out to create a stunning visual element to the back of the garment. (See photos)
The outside of the cloak is handwoven out of the finest Irish wool tweed, which is in excellent shape. It fastens with a large hook and eye at the neck. The lining is in tact and free of rips as well, however it does have some staining. Please see the conditions below.
Label: John Hagarty
Condition: Very Good
Tweed is in excellent shape, however there is some staining on the lining most noticeably near the bottom. There is a small lipstick stain on collar as well as some discoloration around the inside collar. Priced accordingly.
Please view our Condition Chart for additional information.