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This fabulous Antique 1980's Victorian Era Shorn Beaver and Ermine Fur Capelet / Stole was a real Steampunk find! This came from a lovely lady antique-r in our area who dotes on Victorian apparel and occasional sells some of her treasures.

This black, with an undertone of chocolate, shorn beaver stole / cape has a white ermine collar and the most incredible two huge fur covered buttons that close the cape with a braided loop and button hole. The lining is a soft chocolate silk crepe that has a small ruffle that peeks out along the edges of the fur. A very feminine and warm addition to any luminous lady's wardrobe, when worn as a stole or over a winter coat as a luscious collar.

The label proclaims it to be a piece of Oregon history, purchased in the 1800's from from H Liebes & Co, Portland Oregon.This antique cape would be a fabulous way to glamorize your Victorian collection, to wear with your steampunk gowns or a great addition to your vintage luminous lady winter wardrobe! (va0051) (blouse is not included)

buttoned: 16" shoulders & 16" length
open: 47 1/2" long x 13" wide
condition: excellent Victorian Antique

Antique 1880's Evening Fur Cape . Victorian Fur Stole . Black Shorn Beaver . Ermine Collar . Silk Ruffles . H Leibes & Co Portland OR label

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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: black shorn beaver, chocolate colored lining, silk crepe ruffle edging, large fur buttons, white ermine collar, fur button loop, H Liebes and Co label, antique Victorian style, capelet style, silk crepe lining
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 103 reviews
  • Favorited by: 35 people