Icelandic Lambskin. Soft and long-lasting.
"Coats to hand on to the next generation" is how our manufacturer in Westphalia puts it. It takes three whole days to make a coat like this, and the lambskin itself is far from cheap, due to world-wide demand. It takes twelve pre-sorted skins to make a single coat.
Detailed work – by hand.
We are proud to present our light-weight, slightly waisted gentlemen’s Icelandic lambskin over-coat, with lapel collar and three front (genuine horn) buttons. The collar can be worn turned up with the help of two small loops partly concealed under the edge of the lapels. The side pockets have been worked into the two vertical seams. The extra-long sleeves look good as they are, but can be turned up as required.
Our manufacturer is a trained furrier – for example, the buttons are sewn on by hand with a furrier's needle, not by machine. All hems, outside edges and buttonholes are done by hand – the piping too. The final quality check is made on the 'four-eyes' principle – by two people in person! Slight variations in shade can occur, and are a natural feature of the leather: just as it should be.