1850's "Ready-made" Fall Front Trousers
Catalog #: P022
Date range: 1855-1860
Country of orgin: United States
Accession date: 7-29-2022
From the Bridger Zadina Collection
Trouers are made from a mid-weight, black, wool broadcloth. They are fully lined with an oatmeal colored cotton calico. Garment is outfitted with a matched set of 5/8", pressed horn, four hole buttons. The rear adjustment buckle features an enameled, early Hartshorn 1855 patent buckle. The trousers are primarily machine sewn (lockstitch) with hand detailing along the waistband, internal fly, buttonholes, and casting around raw edges on all seams.
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