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Waistcoat, 1747. Rococo. Textile designed by Anna Maria Garthwaite (British, 1690–1763) and manufactured by Peter Lekeux (British, 1716–1768). British; Made in London

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- Veste dhomme, 1747, (d'après un dessin d'AM Garthwaite) .

Detail of waistcoat, frock coat embroidery of a gentleman's suit, 1770-1780, France. purple silk satin embroidered with polychrome silk yarns in chain stitch in floral motif at front line, vents, collar, cuffs pockets and flaps, buttons; stand-up collar, round cuffs with three buttons, padded upper chest, white silk satin lining.

Détail de robe à la française, Europe, vers 1725 Soie © 2010 Museum Associates/LACMA

Waistcoat 1780s The Metropolitan Museum of Art “Waistcoats of the 18th and 19th centuries served as a layer protection and ornamentation during a period in fashion when the coat was intended to be left open in the front.

Gustav III of Sweden’s wedding suit, 1766

Waistcoat (Detail) by Anna Maria Garthwaite & Peter Lekeux. British, 1747

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