Suit made for Edward Freeman's wedding. One of the first children affected by thalidomide to be born in England

Made:
1991

Black tailored suit consisting of a black tuxedo jacket with green silk lining with matching black trousers, made for Edward Freeman for his wedding in 1991 made by tailor John Virgo at JH Pakeman & Sons Ltd, Swindon & Circenster, England, made in April 1991. Edward Freeman was one of the first children affected by thalidomide to be born in England.

Details

Category:
Orthopaedics
Object Number:
2019-498
Materials:
silk and textile
Measurements:
overall (trousers): 500 mm x 550 mm x 80 mm,
overall (jacket): 610 mm x 480 mm x 80 mm,
type:
suit
credit:
Sir Edward Freeman