Coat Place of origin: Great Britain, UK (made) Date: 1815-1820 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Wool, lined with wool, brass, hand-sewn
Waistcoat, France, 1775-1780. Cream silk embroidered with floral motifs and floral sprays in red.
An embroidered gentleman's waistcoat early 19th century, of ivory satin worked in floss and corded silks with wildflowers, blue and pruple s...
Waistcoat with dark green and white horizontal stripes, c.1800-50 (silk & wool)
Waistcoat, France, 1787. Yellow-green silk embroidered along the front edges with bright silk in a floral design with flowers and leaves and figurative scenes.
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Man's Waistcoat
To 1780/1795 France Charming male vest silk fluted Bayadère from the end of 18th century taste very Dandy for this jacket striped cream gold Chevron pattern and green spinach in 24 buttons shaped in such. Original back on three links of attachment for tightening and white broken. plush cotton inner lining very good state of conservation. Equivalent man in 38 size.
We're in love with this fox adorned waistcoat. It is in the collection of extile collector and historian Graham Hunter as part of his collection of 18th and 19th Century embroidered waistcoats.