The fur is just exquisite. Thick beautiful pelts nicely matched and worked so there's a darker band all around the shoulder, front to back, and then lighter extending. Stunning when worn, it's definitely "in" with the "Yellowstone" clothing craze. I would guesstimate it was made in 1990s and I've owned it 20 years. I'm not much into wearing furs, but I've accumulated some I've worn maybe once or twice. I did not have this one custom tailored but someone about may size did. When I found it it was a perfect fit. I'm 5'8" tall, then a 6-10 size range depending upon designer. I think the jacket, which is custom tailored and has no labels at all, would be a size 10-12, or Medium. Please by by the measurements which are as follows:
23" sleeve, measured from shoulder seam
26" long, back neck seam to hem
16" shoulder, seam to seam
4" collar at back, 6" lapel, turns up beautifully or lies flat (shown both ways)
19" armpit to armpit, with 4" overlap double-breasted (can be larger in body by moving the eye for the hook closure - simple.
51" circumference at hem.
Very good to excellent for age and type, it is as fine as when it was custom made. I'm certain it was a very pricey one, it's very Aspen - very Montana. Silk satin lining is in fine form. There are no odors, no stains, no loss of fur. The large lapel collar turns up and is just stunning. The jacket is fitted around waist a bit so it looks best on a great figure without much midriff bulge. The overlap at front closure is currently 3", so it could be sized up a bit by moving buttons/snaps. The buttons are not the closures, there is a hook snap and corresponding ring, so you'd really just need to move the ring an inch or two closer to edge of coat to give more room. I love this one with collar up, and it's gorgeous with cream to winter white wool slacks or with jeans, either way. Has been preserved perfectly. No losses.