Morning Coat Lining

Morning Coat Lining


  1. Cameron says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    Concerning suite linings, There was a time when cotton-backed satin was the standard for all linings as the cotton which was woven into the back of the satin gave it extra strength. I may be mistaken but the last factory I knew of to produce it in this country was in Bradford W.Yorks and closed about 10yrs ago. I have never been able to find anything similar produced today that will match it in quality or feel. A similar thing with sleeve lining which was then made of striped silk. The arms just slid into the sleeves and the whole garment fitted like a glove. When asked why things are not made like they used to be, it’s because you cant get the same quality of materials.
    Yours Sincerely

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