Boat cloak, circa 1805 although quite faded, it is an extremely rare survival of protective or outdoor clothing from the early part of the 19th century. It is made of a hard wearing, coarse weave green wool and lined with a similar brown wool. The cloak, which is quite voluminous, gathers into a stand or fall collar and fastens with a small Royal Naval button at the neck.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by capturing Ireland in a Jar! The rolling hills of Eire come alive with the help of reindeer moss and faux moss stones...then add miniature felted wool Kerry Sheep...and place in a vintage green mason jar for the perfect final touch! #SadieSeasongoods