Last Chance Dept.
As early as 1889 we see him and Maud Gonne in Dublin Museum scrutinizing the Whistlers:
“She has a dress that changes color as she moves; Yeats has a dark, romantic cloak about him. They pay no attention to the stir they are creating.”
Decades later. He strides through Dublin looking much like his engraved portrait on the Irish £20 banknote and still wearing the cloak, which has become a carapace of greatness.
Packets of bacon and copies of the Irish Times fall from the fingers of reverent onlookers. Respectful applause.
Men’s Irish Cloak (No. 5244), our own respectful copy of the knee-length original found just off St Stephens Green; for making your appearance at the Abbey Theatre or intimidating headwaiters into recollecting that of course Sir you booked the best table in the house.
Aged pewter fleur-de-lis clasp is handcrafted in USA. Pure melton wool, great flow and drape. Red satin lining. One size fits all.
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