Bolenium Paint Splattered Canvas

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William A. Smith started his industrial clothing manufacturing company on Green Street, West Ham in a surviving Tudor house called the Boleyn or Bolen Castle - hence the name of the brand - Bolenium. The association with Dagenham started in 1940, when to avoid the bombing in the East End, the company moved to Selinas Lane/Whalebone Lane where it remained for over thirty years. The products of Bolenium were mainly industrial clothing and included: boiler suits, khaki coats & lab coats as well as trousers and jeans. They were particularly famous for their Bolenium Super Overalls and have since gone out business in 1995. A super rare piece you won't want to let get away!


These coveralls are in great condition for being over 40 years old. These are deadstock and no longer in production. There are no rips or tears, but have paint splattering uniquely throughout. There is no size listed but this is best for someone 5'3" to 5'6" and a 31-32" waist. 


  • Cotton Twill
  • Button Closure
  • Two on seam pockets
  • Pointed Collar
  • Paint Splatter throughout
  • Chest Pocket
  • Fully lined side pockets
  • 100% Cotton
  • Made in United Kingdom


  • Chest- 21"
  • Shoulder- 17"
  • Sleeve- 23.5"
  • Length- 41"
  • Rise - 14.5"
  • Leg Opening- 9.5"
  • Waist- 19"
  • Inseam: 29"
Collections: Coverall & Overalls, Vintage Vendors: Vintage SKU: VN008PFNY