Beautifully hand-sewn ELK hide trousers made about 1890. These trousers are made of native tanned elk skin. EVERY STITCH IS HAND SEWN and not a single stitch is missing or loose. Around each button hole is the hand stitching and the stitching is very close together. The buttons are REAL TORTES SHELL and all buttons are present. Long leather fringe go down each side seam.
They have one hip pocket on the right and two front side seam pockets. The pockets are inset welted-seam pockets. The watch pocket is on the right and is just below the waist band. They have both belt loops and suspender buttons. They are in excellent condition.
These trousers will fit 38 to 42 inch waist comfortably and have a 32 inch inseam. These are of museum quality yet priced so that you could wear them. Trousers of this style were often made by Indian women for Cavalry Officers during our westward expansion. A three-day inspection period is allowed on these trousers. The accompanying props are not included.