Waistcoat Date: 1774–92 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 23 in. (58.4 cm) Credit Line: Gift of In... Accession Number: C.I.60.22.49
3-piece suit, probably Spain, c. 1780. Curry silk with floral metal thread embroidery.
Carmagnole révolutionnaire, 1780-1795 Carmagnole révolutionnaire en habit court…
Waistcoat 1788-1790, England, Ivory satin woven to shape with brown, green and red silk thread, with linen back and fustian lining. silk woven by a well-known 18th century London weaving company, Maze and Steer. The square-cut shape, standing collar and welt pocket are characteristic of the waistcoat styles in the 1780s. | V&A Search the Collections
Waistcoat, France, 1774-1789. Pale red faille silk embroidered along the front edges and collar with bright silk in a floral design.
Coat, England 1740
Exposition 'Au fil des fleurs' - Le chevalier | (c) CNCS - Photo : Pascal François
Waistcoat | probably French | The Met
Women's embroidered jacket, French, second quarter, 18th c. Galliera musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris
Rear view, pair of breeches, late 18th century. Lilac silk taffeta with silver thread embroidered knee buttons and band.