Anthony Sinclair

Brown Herringbone Tweed Half Norfolk Jacket

£1,150

Anthony Sinclair's Half Norfolk Jacket was designed for Sean Connery as part of the wardrobe for his final official appearance as 007 in the 1972 James Bond film 'Diamonds Are Forever'. Read more.

The subtly updated design retains the Conduit Cut shape, with three-button front and two-button cuff, half-belted waist and patch pockets with flaps, but a detachable throat-latch has been added as a new collar detail.

This garment may also be reproduced to customer's personal styling requirements in a wide variety of cloth options.

This product is made-to-order. Please do not hesitate to Contact Us should you require further information.

Cloth: Brown Herringbone Tweed, 11oz (340gm), 100% Wool, Woven in England 

Jacket Style: Single breasted - Wide notch lapel, Three button, Patch side pockets with flaps, Half belt, Storm tab, Swelled edges, Side vents, Two button cuffs, Leather buttons, Natural shoulder, Roped sleevehead

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