A vintage denim jacket--from my research, I believe this dates from the late 1940s to early 1950s. The jacket has raglan style sleeves, contrast orange stitching, and four front pockets with "V" arcuates. The jacket has rivets on the pockets and cuffs. The maker of the jacket is "Tuf Nut," a workwear/denim company from Arkansas. The jacket buttons down the front with "nut"-style "Tuf Nut" buttons, and it also has buttons on the cuffs. This is a beautiful jacket, and pictures do not do it justice.
Size: approximately women's small (this was a menswear garment and could work for any gender, but the tapered nature of the garment would work well on a woman's body); I'm a size medium and it fits me open, but I cannot wear it with all the buttons closed.
Bust: 37" (best for slightly smaller)
Sleeve length (from collar to hem): 27"
Condition: Excellent. Wear commensurate with age and nature of garment, but no significant flaws.