Fantastic man's shirt in deep blue wool. Has buttons off to the side of the neck in a vaguely Russian style. Makes me think of steampunk style wear. Has a Nehru collar and cuffed sleeves. Pulls over the head. My best guess as to age of this is circa 50s or 60s. This comes from an enormous collection of Old Hollywood Movie Costumes I was lucky enough to stumble across. More about those later after the measurements so please read on...This one has no identifying tags or Film Studio labels. It does have a handwritten cloth label at the bottom hem but its just random letters, perhaps initials of the actor who wore it.
Excellent vintage condition. Almost perfect. The only thing to note is some color fade along the left shoulder and arm
Measurements taken lying flat. Doubled at bust, waist and hip.
Shoulder to shoulder: 19"
Bust ( or chest): 48"
Shoulder to bottom hem: 35"
PLEASE READ: I acquired an absolutely enormous collection of Hollywood movie costumes. Ranging across the board from Paramount, Universal, Unified Costumers and more. The last known film much of the items were used in was Lawrence of Arabia but we have no way of knowing which ones and there are others from other films. Most likely they were used on extras or smaller roles, I have not come across anything I can pinpoint to a major name from that film. Many of these were made much earlier, and I have found dates written on tags within from as early as the 1940s, though I believe some are even earlier. I have given as much information as I can about each item in the listing. Much has been lost to time however. That said, these are an extraordinary piece of movie history and I'm honored to be a part of it all.
Please note: These are vintage, preworn and/or preloved items. I do my best to list any issues, but signs of wear should be expected. Please feel free to convo me with any questions. I'm truly happy to help in any way possible and I'm always up for a chat. Any accessories shown, including crinolines, are for display only, not included unless otherwise stated.