knit still being crisp and wearable; only a few spots of discolouration..
The jumper is from the past local Eton hatter & outfitter E. C. Devereux; a retail store situated on the High Street and run by generations of Devereuxs. A name tag saying J. C. G. Vowler, 1924.
Eton College has a highly developed colour scheme for various sports at the school and judging from the coloured templates I would say that my jumper is from the Water Polo team.
A truly lovely jumper that I will wear with pride in the lukewarm Danish Summer;
today I am wearing my cream wool flannel cricket trousers from Fox Flannels; a collarless white shirt from Darcy Clothing; a red white dot cravat; and my white Doucal's shoes. On top of that my 1932 Cambridge Blue.
The jumper will also be a great match for a pair of cream shorts and tan shooting socks.
|Cuddling our Coton du Tuléar|
|A warm and comfortable jumper and Fox flannels - what is left to wish for?|
|The V-neck trimming is a tad more bulky than the other trimmings as it is applied on top of the wool knit rather than inter-woven|
|The jumper is in an excellent condition|
|Summer is a cream knit jumper and green grass|
|Hatter and Outfitter E. C. Devereux, High street, Eton, England|
|The jumper fits perfectly under my Cambridge Sports Jacket|
|Walter Eskine Crum – 19 March 1896|
|Colour template from Eton College sports; my jumper seems to sport the colours of the Water Polo team|
|E. C. Devereux also wrote a book on Eton and the Eton colours|
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|Cricket whites from Fox Flannels|