Golda Meir, Vintage Kantha Long Accent Jacket in Turquoise & Orange ~ Medium

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Golda Meir, Vintage Kantha Long Accent Jacket is named after  an Israeli teacher, politician and the fourth Prime Minister of Israelshe was described as the "Iron Lady" of Israeli politics years before the epithet became associated with British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.

An age old handicraft tradition Kantha embodies the spontaneity, colourfulness and whimsical rhythms of the day-to-day life of its creators- the women in the villages of Bengal and Odissa. And it is to these female artisans as to the awe inspiring women across the globe, we at kinche dedicate our Vintage Kantha Jacket Collection.
We love the contrast between structured and feminine in this collection: using unique swatches of brightly patterned vintage kantha fabrics, kinche has created one-of-a-kind, jackets that elegantly toe the line between modern and boho.
Since each jacket is made of vintage and unique handcrafted material, small blemishes add to the charm of each piece.
UK Size 12, Chest 34 - 36 Inches

Details

  • 100% Cotton
  • Military Style Jacket
  • UK Size 12
  • Fits: Medium/ Large; Length: 35 Inches; Chest: 36- 39 Inches; Sleeves: 17 Inches
  • Made of vintage, handcrafted material
  • High quality trimmings and brass buttons
  • Has two pockets
  • Seams are locked with high quality gross grained ribbons
  • Handwash or dryclean. Dip dry.

About Kantha:
Kantha refers to the distinct style of embroidery used to preserve and re-use vintage cotton saris and dhotis. Artisans patchwork and layer these vibrantly hued fabrics to be brought together by intricate kantha stichwork. The thread used for the work is also pulled from the sarees itself. One-of-a-kind products handcrafted thus, take upto 3 months to complete and enthuse tradition, dexterity and aesthetics in each piece. 

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