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Riding Jacket, Gorgeous Georgians at Berrington Hall From the Charles Paget Wade Collection stored at Berrington Hall. Pattern J.

Lot 27: A fine sky blue brocaded silk caraco jacket, circa    A fine sky blue brocaded silk caraco jacket, circa 1740-45, with winged cuffs, short peplum skirt with two faux pockets, green ribbon ties to the front, the silk, probably Spitalfield with gold and silver leaf scrolls Snowshill Manor includes a simi [...more]    Starting Bid: £300

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Jacket  National Trust Inventory Number 1348757 Date	1736 - 1740 Materials	Felt, Silk brocade, Silver thread, Whalebone Place of origin	France Collection	Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

Jacket National Trust Inventory Number 1348757 Category Costume Date 1736 - 1740 Materials Felt, Silk brocade, Silver thread, Whalebone Measurements Place of origin France Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

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Partial View of Riding Jacket, View of Riding Jacket, Gorgeous Georgians at Berrington Hall From the Charles Paget Wade Collection stored at Berrington Hall.

(NT 1328787) Leather jacket. 1630-1670. Snowshill Manor, National Trust, England. 2 pictures.

(NT 1328787) Leather jacket. 1630-1670. Snowshill Manor, National Trust, England. 2 pictures.

1680-tal. Bildnummer A_2417, mönster. Gäller väst/ärmväst/rock med inventarienummer 19019, bildarkivet Livrustkammaren. Pattern.

1680-tal. Bildnummer A_2417, mönster. Gäller väst/ärmväst/rock med inventarienummer 19019, bildarkivet Livrustkammaren. Pattern.

17th Century Fashion, 19th Century, Period, Baroque, Repeating Decimal

17th Century Fashion, 19th Century, Period, Baroque, Repeating Decimal

Royal Naval uniform, circa 1748. By the mid-18th century, the hat was generally carried under the arm to avoid the displacement of wigs and hair powder. This example of a three-cornered hat is of a type of felt called 'half-beaver' that was made by adding beaver hair to felt. The edges are bound in silver lace and the cockade is of black silk/cotton blend. The gold lace loop and button are of a later date. Hats were not mentioned in uniform regulations until 1795. National Maritime Museum

Royal Naval uniform, circa 1748. By the mid-18th century, the hat was generally carried under the arm to avoid the displacement of wigs and hair powder. This example of a three-cornered hat is of a type of felt called 'half-beaver' that was made by adding beaver hair to felt. The edges are bound in silver lace and the cockade is of black silk/cotton blend. The gold lace loop and button are of a later date. Hats were not mentioned in uniform regulations until 1795. National Maritime Museum

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