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1770s upper class gentleman. Blue velvet coat and breeches with embroidered yellow silk waistcoat.

Blue velvet coat and breeches with embroidered yellow silk waistcoat.

Anno 1776

Anno 1776

Man's Coat and Waistcoat | LACMA Collections Italy, 1760 Patterned silk a) Coat length: 44 in. (111.76 cm); b) Waistcoat length: 24 in. (60.96 cm)

Man's Coat and Waistcoat Italy, 1760 Costumes;

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3-piece suit, 1774-1776. Cream silk velvet with small stems and flowers woven into the fabric. The colours and pattern are typical of the mid 1770s but the cut of the suit with its long waistcoat and the ample skirt of its coat harks back to the 1760s.

suit, Cream silk velvet with small stems and flowers woven into the fabric. The colours and pattern are typical of the mid but the cut of the suit with its long waistcoat and the ample skirt of its coat harks back to the

Suit  1780s  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Man’s Suit France, principal attire (entire body)Coat and breeches: silk cut and uncut velvet on twill foundation with paste stones, foil, sequins, and metallic-thread embroidered.

Suit  1785  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

trim of silk cut velvet on a twill foundation (Spanish, c. Los Angeles County Museum of Art)

1774-1776 ID: A7557  This suit is made of a cream silk velvet with small stems and flowers woven into the fabric. The colours and pattern are typical of the mid 1770s but the cut of the suit with its long waistcoat and the ample skirt of its coat harks back to the 1760s. Many of the buttons on the coat are just for show and would never have been used

Suit British, Made of silk velvet

Velvet coat and breeches, 1750-1760; Unmatched pair: 1 tan velvet with tiny red dot print, chenille embroidery in green vines and pink buds, CH 36", L 43"; 1 pair velvet breeches, knee bands with delicate silk floral embroidery, tiny clear and red jewels interspersed and silver sequins above and below embroidery, 8.5" fall front, brown linen lining, W 34", L 18"

gents tan velvet coat & green velvet breeches, Not matched pair: 1 tan velvet w/ tiny red dot print, chenille embroidery in green vines & pink buds

Man's Suit (Coat, Waistcoat, Breeches) England, circa 1760-1770 Costumes Silk embroidery on ribbed silk a) Coat: Center back: 41 3/4 in. (106 cm) Gift of Mrs. Virginia Kingston (M.61.5a-c)

Man's Suit (Coat, Waistcoat, Breeches) England, circa Costumes Silk embroidery on ribbed silk a) Coat: Center back: 41 in. cm) Gift of Mrs.

Coat  Date: 1787 - 1792

French Coat at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York {Coat - Coats were the last layer to be worn for men. This coat would then transition to become the tailcoat of the early century.

RC803 - Men's 1770's to 1780's Frock Coat, Colonial or Pirate Coat Sewing Pattern by Reconstructing History

RC803 - Men's 1770's to 1780's Frock Coat, Colonial or Pirate Coat Sewing Pattern by Reconstructing History

- Men's to Frock Coat, Colonial or Pirate Coat Sewing Pattern by Reconstructing History

A gentleman's embroidered green velvet court coat and matching ivory satin waistcoat, French, circa 1790, heavily embellished with floss silk flowerheads and foliage; together with a pair of later black satin breeches

A gentleman's embroidered green velvet court coat and matching ivory satin waistcoat, French, circa heavily embellished with floss silk flowerheads and foliage; together with a pair of later black satin breeches

fripperiesandfobs: Suit ca. 1778

fripperiesandfobs: Suit ca. 1778 (Lilith et Adalia)

Man’s suit of red velvet trimmed with silver embroidery and sequins, French, (Kent State University Museum)

18th Century Breeches

Century Breeches Historically accurate pants worn by pirates.

Waistcoat, England, 1740-1765. Brown ribbed silk, trimmed with silver woven tape or galloon.

Waistcoat, England, Brown ribbed silk, trimmed with silver woven tape or galloon.