Promising to be an instant collector, this soft sheep suede vest is bringing it ALL to the table. The focal point, of course, is the entrancing embroidery on the back, done in intricate detail and eye-catching colors. The flattering silhouette is elongated (hitting at the hips on most) and open with a trio of decorative tasseled conchos in place of a placket. It has a pair of patch pockets that are (along with the shoulders) embellished with complementing embroidery and studwork trim, and its all finished with some fabulous fringe!
The history of the Hamley & Co. Western Store began in Cornwall, England, where the trade of saddle and leather craftsmanship was passed down from generation to generation. The Hamley tradition found its way to America and in 1883, J.J. and Henry Hamley established Hamley & Co. In 1905, Hamley & Co. found a permanent home in Pendleton, Oregon and set up shop in the same building that exists today.