1960s Georges Kaplan Jacques Kaplan Persian Lamb

Georges Kaplan

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Have you ever seen such an outrageous coat?! This purple - dyed Persian lamb coat is full length, with a mandarin collar, and long sleeves. The coat is ornamented with gold and pistachio green passementerie, coils of red, orange, and green sequins, and large blue, red, and green rhinestones.

We refer to it as the "Prince" coat.

Lined in kelly green.

Although the label says "Georges Kaplan" it was designed by his son, Jacques Kaplan, who worked at his fathers firm and whose designs were a bit more outrageous and surreal! He was friendly with the leading artists of the day and collaborated often with them on his work. Jacques pieces are rarely seen at market and highly coveted, Both Kaplans have numerous creations in the MET collection.

Collections: Coats, Furs
  • Country of Origin
    United States
  • Condition
  • Materials & Techniques
    Sequin Passementerie Allover Animal Collar Fleece, Karakul, Boucle
  • Size
    Current U.S. Size
  • Size Chart

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