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Greek coat - 18th century

Greek coat - 18th century

1970's Mod Fashion pattern. Love this long vest. Rhoda wore these on the Mary Tyler Moore show.

1970's Mod Fashion pattern. Love this long vest. Rhoda wore these on the Mary Tyler Moore show.

19th century Culture: Serbian Medium: wool Dimensions: Length at CB: 35 in. (88.9 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. M. A. Gordon, 1948 Accession Number: C.I.48.37.5

19th century Culture: Serbian Medium: wool Dimensions: Length at CB: 35 in. (88.9 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. M. A. Gordon, 1948 Accession Number: C.I.48.37.5

EDWARD MOLYNEUX TRAJE DE NOCHE SINTETICO 1935

EDWARD MOLYNEUX TRAJE DE NOCHE SINTETICO 1935

Coat  ,     19th century      Greek      silk, metallic

Coat , 19th century Greek silk, metallic

Sleeved waistcoat, England (Spitalfields), c. 1734. Brown ribbed silk, richly brocaded with coloured silks, chenille and silver threads. The dense pattern of large flowers is typical of the 1730s, and corresponds to similar designs found in embroidery of the period. The lavish use of metal thread extends to the buttons, which are composed of a wooden core covered with silver foil and thread.

Waistcoat

Sleeved waistcoat, England (Spitalfields), c. 1734. Brown ribbed silk, richly brocaded with coloured silks, chenille and silver threads. The dense pattern of large flowers is typical of the 1730s, and corresponds to similar designs found in embroidery of the period. The lavish use of metal thread extends to the buttons, which are composed of a wooden core covered with silver foil and thread.

Greek Woman's Ensemble @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Greek Woman's Ensemble @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Silk Tee Lynx Dot in Chartreuse & Raven Blue

Silk Tee Lynx Dot in Chartreuse & Raven Blue

Coat | European, Eastern | The Met

Coat | European, Eastern | The Met

i swear, each one is more beautiful than the last. also very interesting how the western world has appropriated the kimono as something quite languid and bohemian

i swear, each one is more beautiful than the last. also very interesting how the western world has appropriated the kimono as something quite languid and bohemian

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