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HABIT DE CÉRÉMONIE À LA LIVRÉE DU ROI DE FRANCE Vers 1785 Drap de laine bleu foncé, doublure, sergé de laine rouge, toile de lin cirée, galons, passementerie de soie et de lin. Palais Galliera, musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris

HABIT DE CÉRÉMONIE À LA LIVRÉE DU ROI DE FRANCE Vers 1785 Drap de laine bleu foncé, doublure, sergé de laine rouge, toile de lin cirée, galons, passementerie de soie et de lin. Palais Galliera, musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris

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.

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.

Rare 18th C 1770’S Vibrant Striped Floral Silk Open Robe Gown W Linen Lining | eBay

Rare 18th c 1770’s vibrant striped floral silk open robe gown w linen lining

Coat, probably France, late 18th century. Navy blue wool embroidered with small floral festoons in multicoloured silk threads.

Coat, probably France, late 18th century. Navy blue wool embroidered with small floral festoons in multicoloured silk threads.

1727-1730 French Coat and waistcoat worn by Tsar Peter II at the Moscow Kremlin Museums - "In this ensemble the silk of the waistcoat and coat cuffs has faded considerably. It was once a vibrant pink, an elegant contrast to the deep blue velvet of the coat. Both garments are decorated in silver embroidery, worked separately then applied to the velvet and taffeta, rather than embroidered directly onto the coat and waistcoat."

1727-1730 French Coat and waistcoat worn by Tsar Peter II at the Moscow Kremlin Museums - "In this ensemble the silk of the waistcoat and coat cuffs has faded considerably. It was once a vibrant pink, an elegant contrast to the deep blue velvet of the coat. Both garments are decorated in silver embroidery, worked separately then applied to the velvet and taffeta, rather than embroidered directly onto the coat and waistcoat."

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