Jack Murphy Mark Short Sleeve Shirt
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Jack Murphy MARK Short Sleeve Shirt
- in April Shower Tattersall
Classic 100% pure cotton twill short sleeve summer shirt, in a very pleasant fresh citrus based Tattersall check - refreshingly named 'April Shower'.
Very nice quality and finish.
Detailing includes, Colourful contrast trim to inner collar and front of shirt underside placket, two chest pockets with button fastening, Jack Murphy Jockey label on bottom hem of underside placket ( - visible above in large photograph),
and Jack Murphy Jockey embroidered in Black on left chest pocket.
Typical of the extra touches that go into making a Jack Murphy shirt.
Pure 100% Cotton (excluding trims)
This shirt is slightly shaped for a more flattering fit.
Sizes Small, Medium, Large, XL, XXL and XXXL
Sizes: S (39-41in), M (41-43in), L (43-45in), XL (45-47in), XXL (47-49in), XXXL (47-51in).
Care Instructions Machine wash at 30C or less; Wash with
similar colours; Do not bleach; Do not tumble dry; Cool
iron at maximum temperature of 110C
What is a Tattersall Check? Tattersall describes a check or plaid pattern woven into cloth. The pattern is composed of regularly-spaced thin, even vertical warp stripes, repeated horizontally in the weft, thereby forming squares.
The stripes are usually in two alternating colours, generally darker on a light
ground. The cloth pattern takes its name from Tattersall's horse market, which
was started in London in 1766. During the 1700s at Tattersall's horse market blankets
with this checked pattern were sold for use on horses.
Courtesy of Wikipedia