For your consideration is a vintage western shirt made by Harris Tailoring Co. of Fort Worth Texas. The sewing on the tag reads: Another Original Westerner tailored by Harris Tailoring Co., Fort Worth, Texas. The tag indicates the shirt was made in the 1940's or 1950's. The tag is show in "Western Shirts A Classic American Fashion Book" by Steve Weil. This beautiful shirt is red and green with a fancy yellow and orange embroidered design. It has leather fringes , five snaps on the left sleeve and four snaps on the right sleeve. One of the snaps is missing on the right sleeve. The shirt has a lace up neckline, and two pockets. There are zippers on each side of the shirt to facilitate changing. It appears to be custom made. By the measurements I would say it is a large men's size.
It is in good condition. The colors are bright and vivid. There are several small holes around the cuff and by the snap on one sleeve cuff, which I believe were made by moths.. The other sleeve cuff has one hole. One of the snaps is missing on the right sleeve. On the back of the shirt on the green part there is one tiny hole. Please see the pictures as they are part of the description. I have not cleaned or ironed the shirt.