Vintage Ladies Suit Turquoise Mohair Tweed Mollie Abrahamson 1950s 43-26-36 - The Best Vintage Clothing
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Vintage Ladies Suit Turquoise Mohair Tweed Mollie Abrahamson 1950s 43-26-36 - The Best Vintage Clothing
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Vintage Ladies Suit Turquoise Mohair Tweed Mollie Abrahamson 1950s 43-26-36 - The Best Vintage Clothing
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Vintage Ladies Suit Turquoise Mohair Tweed Mollie Abrahamson 1950s 43-26-36 - The Best Vintage Clothing
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Vintage Ladies Suit Turquoise Mohair Tweed Mollie Abrahamson 1950s 43-26-36 - The Best Vintage Clothing
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Vintage Ladies Suit Turquoise Mohair Tweed Mollie Abrahamson 1950s 43-26-36 - The Best Vintage Clothing
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Vintage Ladies Suit Turquoise Mohair Tweed Mollie Abrahamson 1950s 43-26-36 - The Best Vintage Clothing
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Vintage Ladies Suit Turquoise Mohair Tweed Mollie Abrahamson 1950s 43-26-36 - The Best Vintage Clothing
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Monte, Sano, & Prozan

Vintage Ladies Suit Turquoise Mohair Tweed Mollie Abrahamson 1950s 43-26-36

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This vintage suit consists of a sack coat with 3/4sleeves and side seam pockets. Gorgeous large scale mohair tweed in turquoise and green muted colors; Large plum sheer plastic buttons close the front. The lining color is similar and is of taffeta.

The skirt is a straight pencil style, and closes with zipper on side. Also lined in same fabric as the coat. It is all hand tailored and top quality. Plus you can wear them separately adding to their versatility.


Label is Mollie Abrahamson, with an additional label for Monte, Sano, & Prozan.

 
Measurements: remember these are the item measurements, not the models measurements

COAT


Marked Size: none
Bust: 43”
Shoulder: 19”
Sleeve from underarm: 13.5”
Sleeve from shoulder: 21”
Length (shoulder to hem): 29”
SKIRT
Marked Size: none
Waist: 26”
Hips: 36”
Length: 25.5”

CONDITION: Excellent
Here is some information on that label:
Originally the company was Monte-Sano, having been founded by Vincent Monte-Sano in 1924. Monte-Sano was a custom tailor at the beginning, but by the 1940s he was producing ready-to-wear suits and coats. The workmanship continued to be of a very high quality.

In the 1950s, Max Pruzan became a partner and the name of the firm changed. Jacques Tiffeau was a designer there between 1952 and 1958 (and he also designed for Tiffeau & Busch, which was owned by Monte-Sano & Pruzan until 1966). The company continued into the 1960s, when they added dresses and evening wear to their collections. They continued to specialize in coats and suits, still using the handworked tailoring techniques for which the firm became famous.
Monte-Sano & Pruzan closed in 1969.
Written by Lizzie Bramlett


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