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    Posted 5 years ago

    dashur
    (4 items)

    This great Hattie Carnegie Jacket, 1930's, was purchased at an estate sale. Unfortunately, there is a "tear" along the fabric / lining at the right collar.

    The jacket is in amazing condition - color & fabric are near mint for an item being at least 80+yrs old!

    Is anyone experienced dealing with condition issues & suggested repair for such a highly important designers' item?

    Basically, the do's / don'ts.

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    Comments

    1. truthordare truthordare, 2 years ago
      Depends what your intention is, wear it or sell it? This is not a hard to repair fabric area or sewing challenge. Luckily, it will not show once it's on. Thanks for posting,
    2. Gillian, 2 years ago
      Take it to a qualified, experienced seamstress - not a mall hemming store. Looks like the collar has been hand sewed. I wouldn't attempt repairing an 80 yr. old jacket.
    3. valentino97 valentino97, 2 years ago
      I agree with truthordare and Gillian, bring it to someone who loves and knows how to sew. Also, don't display it on a dressform that would put stress on the collar. You probably already know this. Very pretty!!

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