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Habit à la française, justaucorps et culotte, France, vers 1730-1740    Velours frisé façonné, liseré et broché argent  Dépôt Louvre,

Man's coat, waistcoat, & breeches, France, Les Arts Decoratifs I can see the Duke of Avon from These Old Shades wearing this (Georgette Heyer)

Gentleman's Banyan (Double-breasted Dressing Gown), Spain, mid-18th century, silk Technique: compound weave with brocading and chenille. Contrast front edgings, lapels and cuffs. The robe is of heavy white silk brocaded with silk floss and chenille in a large-scale floral in blue, green and coral. The contrasting silk is a floral brocade with a yellow ground. Cooper-Hewitt

C Spain, men's dressing gown of heavy white silk brocaded with silk floss and chenille in a large-scale floral in blue, green & coral. The contrasting silk is floral brocade with a yellow ground.

Coat and waistcoat, France. About 1729. Coat: silk velvet, trimmed with gold lace. Waistcoat: silver brocade, trimmed with gold lace. © The Moscow Kremlin Museums, This elegant coat and waistcoat demonstrate how closely the Russian court was following European fashion in the 1720s. The richness of the gold lace suggests that the ensemble was intended for Peter II’s wedding to Princess Ekaterina Dolgorukaya, but unfortunately Peter died of smallpox the morning of the ceremony.

Georgian century rococo fasion: Coat and waistcoat, France. About Coat: silk velvet, trimmed with gold lace. Waistcoat: silver brocade, trimmed with gold lace.

Rear view, cour coat and breeches, second half 18th century (Louis XVI). Garnet red cut silk velvet lavishely embroidered in a design of flowers and foliage trimmings made of silver and gold sequins and faceted glass.

Rear view, cour coat and breeches, second half century (Louis XVI). Garnet red cut silk velvet lavishely embroidered in a design of flowers and foliage trimmings made of silver and gold sequins and faceted glass.

Cour coat and breeches, second half 18th century (Louis XVI). Garnet red cut silk velvet lavishely embroidered in a design of flowers and foliage trimmings made of silver and gold sequins and faceted glass.

thegentlemanscloset: Court Costume, France, Louis XVI, cut velvet in garnet with silver and gold embroidery and glass bead trimming. From Alain R.

gilet Identifier 9426 Creation date 1740/1750 Material silk Object Type vest Photographer Jean Tholance Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris

France, waistcoat, Green silk, richly embroidered with large stylised flowers an leaves in coloured silk and metal threads of several textures.

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