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Vintage 70s Embroidered Quetzal Bird Guatemalan Blouse Top M

$ 70.00

Vintage 70s Embroidered Quetzal Bird Guatemalan Blouse Top M

$ 70.00

Great vintage woven cotton twill top with beautiful Guatemalan embroidery. 
Lovely Quetzal birds embroidered on the patch pockets and on the back of the shirt.
Embroidered details on the cuffs and up the front placket of the shirt.
Loose fit.
Can be worn as a blouse or as a loose jacket cover over a tee shirt.
The fabric is a woven textile with a multicolored grey/mauve palette.

LABEL: white tag, can't read. 

SIZE:  All sizing given is approximate.  **Refer to measurements for accurate fit.
Shoulder: 16 1/2"
Underarm: 19"  double to 38"
Sleeve: 21 1/2"
Waist: 18"  double to 36"
Length: 24 1/2"
Mannequin measurements:   Size 2, Bust - 33"   Waist - 24"   Hips - 34"

COLOR: Mauve/grey weave, multicolored embroidery.
MATERIAL: Cotton weave + embroidery.
CONDITION:  Very good. Typical signs of wear for the age. 
CARE: Hand wahs cold water hang to dry or dry clean

Domestic Shipping: Priority Mail including free tracking and insurance.
International Shipping: First Class including tracking & insurance as available.
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SALES TAX: We collect sales tax for sales in California in compliance with local tax laws.

RETURNS/POLICIES: All vintage items are FINAL SALE.

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