|The Barbour Countryman Shown with Lotuff Zipper Satchel #9 in Chocolate <https://lotuffleather.com/collections/women/products/zipper-satchel-9>|
The process of replacing this Barbour example is a bit more complicated, however (and it seems like the following should be put to the strains of Tom Lehrer's New Math).
When this jacket was bought at Maine's Bridgham & Cook around 1990, it was called the Countryman and was still made in England.
It was a bitter winter day on the Avenue Montaigne as Jean-Christophe Gramont walked to Dupont, the luxury product and fashion store where he works, clad in a blue quilted undercoat.
The coat was neither Burberry nor Hermès. It was a Barbour Countryman Coat, designed as a lining for a waterproof coat made by J. Barbour & Sons for hunting foxes and shooting pheasants under the foulest English weather.
- Selling Tradition Worn Inside Out, New York Times, 1995 <http://www.nytimes.com/1995/02/21/business/worldbusiness/21iht-barbour.html>
|Made in England - The third Royal Warrant was added in 1987.|
|The specifics of the place of origin may be less informative than the fact the company makes it so hard to find.|
|Original Countryman Cuff and Thicker Insulation on the Bottom, Newer Liddesdale Cuff and Thinner Insulation on the Top|
|The Barbour Eskdale Jacket for Ladies has a trimmer, more flattering fit but is much less comfortable, more restricted in the shoulders and arms, and outsourced.|
|This Barbour Keeperwear Quilt, Men's (bought in New York's Orvis store) has a bulkier cut, is very comfortable, allowing for movement, with knit cuffs that keep out drafts, but it is outsourced.|
|This often maligned Burberry version...|
|...was also once made in England. (Purchased at the Darien Sport Shop)|
|John Partridge Quilted Wool Houndstooth with Moleskin Collar and Trim - Made in England.|
Suggestion from the comment section: Cordings Green Loden Paddock Jacket <https://www.cordings.co.uk/green-loden-paddock-jacket.html>