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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

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

18th Century Love, oldrags: Men’s frock coat, 1745-50 Scotland The...

18th Century Love, oldrags: Men’s frock coat, 1745-50 Scotland The...

17th century silk book

17th century silk book

Dessus de piano 1850 Plus

Dessus de piano 1850 Plus

Robe à l'anglaise: ca. 1765-1770, British, silk, metallic.

Robe à l'anglaise: ca. 1765-1770, British, silk, metallic.

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

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

English Silk satin embroidered in silk, silver gilt thread (purl, filé and frisé) and gilt spangles Centimetres: 94 (length), 49 (width) ...

English Silk satin embroidered in silk, silver gilt thread (purl, filé and frisé) and gilt spangles Centimetres: 94 (length), 49 (width) ...

Costume civil de cour en velours ciselé. Époque Louis XVI - Alain.R.Truong

Costume civil de cour en velours ciselé. Époque Louis XVI - Alain.R.Truong

At the Sign of the Golden Scissors: Just Gorgeous

At the Sign of the Golden Scissors: Just Gorgeous

Not exactly a gown-but amazing. This magnificent embroidered jacket belonged to Marquis François de Beauharnais (1756–1846), older brother of Alexander de Beauharnais, Josephine’s first husband. This garment is an example of the “French-style jacket”, reminiscent of the court of Versailles, that men were required to wear by First Empire etiquette.

Not exactly a gown-but amazing. This magnificent embroidered jacket belonged to Marquis François de Beauharnais (1756–1846), older brother of Alexander de Beauharnais, Josephine’s first husband. This garment is an example of the “French-style jacket”, reminiscent of the court of Versailles, that men were required to wear by First Empire etiquette.

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