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Men’s Nightcap, First half of the 18th century. Colorful, elaborately embroidered nightcaps such as these were popular at-home wear for men in the 18th century, good for keeping the head warm during chilly evenings.

Men’s Nightcap, First half of the 18th century. Colorful, elaborately embroidered nightcaps such as these were popular at-home wear for men in the 18th century, good for keeping the head warm during chilly evenings.

Man’s Nightcap  1740s  The Victoria & Albert Museum

Nightcap

Pfannenmann steht für die Werkstätten Ackermann & Pfannenberg Dresden - Figurinen Referenzen Galerie

Prunkkleid von Johann Georg I, von Rustkammer/SKD, Dresden. Pfannenmann steht für die Werkstätten Ackermann & Pfannenberg Dresden

Flinderhaube/"Patrician Headgear" from the second half of the 17th century, from the Germanisches Nationalmuseum. Copper, gilded, silk, metal threads, macramé knotting, wire, linen lining....  Numerous metal platelets on wire pins dangle over a padded silk base. Light and sound reflections enhanced the decorative effect. The headgear is also seen in portraits as an element of upper-class clothing. Inv. Nr. T35

Flinderhaube/"Patrician Headgear" from the second half of the 17th century, from the Germanisches Nationalmuseum. Copper, gilded, silk, metal threads, macramé knotting, wire, linen lining.... Numerous metal platelets on wire pins dangle over a padded silk base. Light and sound reflections enhanced the decorative effect. The headgear is also seen in portraits as an element of upper-class clothing. Inv. Nr. T35

acrosscenturiesandgenerations: “▪Mantua. Place of origin: England (made) France (woven) Date: 1755-1760 (made) 1753-1755 (woven) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk,...

acrosscenturiesandgenerations: “▪Mantua. Place of origin: England (made) France (woven) Date: 1755-1760 (made) 1753-1755 (woven) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk,...

Kleider, Historische Kleidung, Schnittmuster, 18. Jahrhundert Kleidung, 18. Jahrhundert Mode, Metropolitan Museum, Kunstmuseum, Britisch, Kolonial

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