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Waistcoat, France, 1760-1770. Salmon silk taffeta richly embroidered with large stylised flowers and leaves in coloured silk and metal threads of several textures.

Waistcoat, France, Salmon silk taffeta richly embroidered with large stylised flowers and leaves in coloured silk and metal threads of several textures.

gilet Identifier 9426 Creation date 1740/1750 Material silk Object Type vest Photographer Jean Tholance Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris

France, waistcoat, Green silk, richly embroidered with large stylised flowers an leaves in coloured silk and metal threads of several textures.

Waistcoat, France, 1785–90. Embroidered in coloured silk floss and chenille on an ivory silk taffeta ground. Overall small floral sprig, with a border of iris and other flowers down center front and across bottom. On the larger flowers at the bottom caterpillars in various shades of chenille are embroidered.

Waistcoat, France, Ivory silk taffeta, polychrome embroidery of silk floss and chenille with a design of over-all small floral sprigs and a border of iris and other flowers down center front.

Gustav III of Sweden’s wedding suit, 1766

Gustav III of Sweden’s wedding suit, 1766 (his was probably more detailed than her dress)

Waistcoat 1730-1739 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Waistcoat made in England, Great Britain or France during the with: Silk satin, silver thread, spangles, silk thread; hand-sewn and hand-embroidered. This richly-embroidered satin waistcoat demonstrates the lavishness of court dress during the

MAN’S CREWELWORK WAISTCOAT  English, ca. 1735-45. Crewelwork embroidery was especially popular in England, renowned for the fine quality of its wools. The threads used in this type of work are loosely twisted,  worsted yarns. The range of  stitches in this example — satin, long-and-short, stem, & French knots — and the twilled linen & cotton ground are characteristic of crewelwork pieces, both dress & furnishing, that were executed by women at home. Cora Ginsburg

MAN’S CREWELWORK WAISTCOAT English, ca. Crewelwork embroidery was especially popular in England, renowned for the fine quality of its wools.

Si le XVIIIème siècle m'était conté... Costumes d'exception

Si le XVIIIème siècle m’était conté… Costumes d’exception

Habit d'homme vers Musée des Tissus de Lyon - photo D. Reminds me so much of Beatrix Potter's "The Tailor of Gloucester"

gilet Identifier UF 69-8-84 Creation date 1780/1800 Material silk Object Type vest Technique taffeta, embroidery Color brown, multicoloured Photographer Jean Tholance Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris

gilet Identifier UF 69-8-84 Creation date 1780/1800 Material silk Object Type vest Technique taffeta, embroidery Color brown, multicoloured Photographer Jean Tholance Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris

Lecture d'un message - mail Orange

Hood / Mantle Patterns - Could this be adapted for wearing over round neck sweaters in winter?

Vest, c. 1800. Cream silk taffeta embroidered with flower sprays and floral motifs.

Vest, c. Cream silk taffeta embroidered with flower sprays and floral motifs.

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