A superb example of a 1930's Savile Row suit by Lesley & Roberts, made in a medium weight herringbone cloth with working cuff and alpaca lining and waistcoat back. The jacket has been pressed more recently as a two button but was of course a three originally. The trousers are of course pleated and with a subtle fishtail back . Suits don't really get much better than this in our opinion, you certainly can't have anything made o t his quality and style now.
Sleeve - 25
Shoulder - 18
Length from top of collar - 29.5
Chest - 21.5
Trosuers - 38 (1" spare, were originally a 36) x 30" with turn ups.
Fit - 41 reg, maybe slightly short although the sleeves aren't.
Condition - Excellent, really amazing for the age. Apart from the small moth damage to the trouser crotch. This could be darned, patched or invisibly mended.
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