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D'Avenza, blue blazer, size 40, RRP 950 €

D'Avenza, blue blazer, size 40, RRP 950 €

Jacket Size
  1. M 40US / 50EU
  1. Blue
Universal Size
  1. M
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Please note: this item resides in Finland, but my feedback score is flawless.

Outside EU borders, the rates vary greatly - do contact me for a quote before bidding.

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Do have a look at my other goodies, I collect classic men's clothing and always have something interesting to sell to make room for more finds.

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D'Avenza was a wonderful tailoring factory with a quality level on par with Brioni, Kiton, and Attolini. They made suits and such by hand, artisanally. This jacket is one of them.

The size tag reads 40R, slim fit, made in Italy, hand-finished.

The jacket has a strong shoulder structure, peak lapels, patch pockets, double vents, and brass blazer buttons.

Like new in condition: only worn for less than 10 times.

The cloth is 100 % wool with an airy mesh weave that will keep you cool even in mid summer.

Shoulder pads have been added to this jacket, but they can be removed to reach that unstructured state that was before.

There is no lining except on the shoulders. Instead, this one has a double layer of cloth inside. The jacket has a full canvas structure inside.

Excat measurements: shoulder seam to seam 48 cm, shoulder seam to cuff end 62 cm, armpit to pit 51 cm, below neck to hem 73 cm.

Similar D'Avenza jackets used to sell for around 950 euros new.
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