This coat is made from a C. 1910-1920 log cabin quilt from Connecticut.

Lined with a Russian floral block printed cotton. These printed-cotton textiles were created in Russia and exported to Central Asia from approximately 1860 to 1960. People in these Central Asian countries, including Uzbeks, Tadjiks, and Turkmen, incorporated the brightly patterned material into their clothing, particularly their robes, and household items.

 

  • Double breasted
  • Peak lapel
  • Three front patch pockets
  • 4 front brown tortoise horn buttons