In the 1930s through to the 1960s the handkerchief was a staple for any mechanic. Secured within arms reach, within the back pockets, the square pieces of fabric were used to wipe the oil from their hands while labouring over the engines in the shop.
Whether a practical fixture in the back pocket while accomplishing the day to day tasks at the lake or dressing up a breast or back pocket with a Presidential fold, the Oakman handkerchief is sure to be a daily necessity.
Small Black and White Gingham Madras Handkerchief.
14.5″ x 14.5″
Damask Woven Label.
$1 from the purchase of this item will be donated to the Masigcine Children’s Home in South Africa.
- Black and White Gingham