Bernhardt Otto Holtermann (29 April 1838 – 29 April 1885) was a successful gold miner in Australia. Perhaps his greatest claim to fame is his association with the Holtermann Nugget, the largest gold specimen ever found, 1.5 meters (59 inches) long, weighing 286 kg (630 pounds), in Hill End, near Bathurst.

In the spirit of the Gold Rush, Joe has created the 'Holtermann's Gold' Raw Silk Jacket. The golden fibres of the silk are intermixed with river blue and earthy silt silk in a herringbone weave to create the essence of a gold miner's pan sifting through the earth's treasure in search for gold. It is a rich addition to any outfit, formal or otherwise.

100% Handwoven Raw Silk Jacket

‘Holtermann’s Gold’

Fabric #: 1596



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