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A Costume Portfolio: Victorian Bustle 1880s

A Costume Portfolio: Victorian Bustle 1880s

The Prince’s clothes. The waistcoat belonged to Prince Charles Edward Stuart and was left at Fassifern House on the march from Glenfinnan in 1745. The tartan trews are believed to have belonged to the Prince but worn as costume. Traditional trews were not trousers, but long hose which were worn high up to the waist.

The Prince’s clothes. The waistcoat belonged to Prince Charles Edward Stuart and…

Waistcoat Place of origin: Great Britain, UK Date: ca. 1850 Materials and Techniques: Woven silk velvet, lined with sateen Museum number: T.133-1967 | V&A

Waistcoat Place of origin: Great Britain, UK Date: ca. 1850 Materials and Techniques: Woven silk velvet, lined with sateen Museum number:

Plaid - John Campbell Lord Glenorchy, later 3rd Earl of Breadalbane - by Enoch Seeman

1735 Enoch Seeman Portrait of John Campbell Lord Glenorchy later Earl of Breadalbane

1850s, America - Man's waistcoat - Silk plain weave with warp- and weft-float patterning

America - Man's waistcoat - Silk plain weave with warp- and weft-float patterning - love the different directions of the plaid.