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Court Suit    Silk velvet, cotton, silk thread    English    c. 1800

Court coat and waistcoat Place of origin: England, Great Britain (possibly, made) Scotland, Great Britain (possibly, made) .

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When grooms could be as beautifully dressed as their brides: embroidered silk wedding suit, 1766 From the Royal Armory and Hallwyl Museum. This suit could serve just as well at court.

Costumes by Michael O'Connor (The Duchess)

Currently Reading…The Duchess by Amanda Foreman

Fashion of the 18th century. Ladies and pane- (1730-1775) - an interesting and forgotten - life and curiosities of past eras.

Women’s underwear served two purposes in the century. The hoops were also made of linen and stiffened with whalebone or cane. They shaped the petticoat of the gown to the appropriate silhouette.

Exhibition: XVIIIth Century Costumes Fashion and fantasy in the Château d’Ussé

‘Madame was right, declared Mrs Bennet, the pink was just the finishing touch needed to make an ensemble of the first stare. This pic - Exhibition: XVIIIth Century Costumes Fashion and fantasy in the Château d’Ussé

Man's Suit  Probably England, circa 1780  Costumes  Wool broadcloth plain weave with polychrome silk embroidery

Man's Suit Probably England, circa 1780 Costumes Wool broadcloth plain weave with polychrome silk embroidery

1800s Man's Court Coat and Waistcoat to be worn with lace cuffs and jabot and silk breeches or velvet trousers with lace down the seams

BLW Man's Court Coat and Waistcoat - Court uniform and dress in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

Blue tailcoat with velvet collar and brass buttons. Museum of London 1801-30

The cut and length of the jacket (men federalist era/regency Inkwell Inspirations: Historical Fashion Series-Regency)

Ceremonial Attire of Peter I, 1710-1720  Frockcoat: green woollen cloth, gold thread, L 116 cm  Breeches: green woollen cloth, L 77 cm  Waistcoat: woollen silk and linen fabric, metal thread

Ceremonial Attire of Peter I via The State Hermitage Museum. Frockcoat: green woollen cloth, gold thread, L 116 cm Breeches: green woollen cloth, L 77 cm Waistcoat: woollen silk and linen fabric, metal thread.

hermitage museum 18th century

From Gentlemen of Fortune website, and excellent All Things Pyrate Brethern site. - Real Life Pirates who roamed the sea.

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