Navy Blue Velvet Short Jacket | Zahorie, Slovakia


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Origin: Slovakia | Zahorie region
Era: Mid-20th century (post 1950)
Condition: very good; minimal wear; suitable for both wear and display
Measurements (with garments laying flat):
   Across shoulders: 14″ between shoulder seams
   Across front: 19″ between underams
   Length: 15″
   Sleeve inseam: 18″
Additional Notes: This style of jacket is called a “komotka” and was worn throughout the Zahorie region in the 20th century making it hard to pinpoint the exact village it was made. Early styles were typically made of lighter fabrics and after WWII they were more often made of heavier fabrics such as this velvet example. Six white plastic buttons on the front for fastening.

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs

Suitable for wear


Mid 20th Centuty (post-1950)


Women's clothing