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Whitework Embroidered Cotton Shawl - Early 19th C. Long muslin rectangle, probably Bengali, having a serpentine border of vining strawberries in broderie Anglaise, and deep end borders with large elaborate botehs.

WHITEWORK EMBROIDERED COTTON SHAWL, EARLY C. Long muslin rectangle, probably Bengali, having a serpentine border of vining strawberries in broderie Anglaise, and deep end borders with large elaborate botehs.

Breeches back view of a man's silk velvet suit, c.1770, part of the costume collection at Ham House, Surrey. National Trust Image # 194082

Breeches back view, formal suit, Brown silk velvet. (costume collection at Ham House, Surrey)

MIDDLE CLASS MAN'S DAY SUIT, RHODE ISLAND, 1780s linen dyed with butternutts - from Bristol CT    Note: see how the pockets are top stitched to the waistband.

linen suit (See front view of breeches on this board as well). Seeing the construction of this garment is very useful for pattern-making purposes.

Redingote, 1818-1820, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. like the embroidery, would love to see similar work on a modernised jacket or coat.

Dress (Redingote) Date: 181820 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 59 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Friends of The Costume Institute Gifts, 2010 Accession Number: This artwork is not on display

Breeches  Category:  Textiles (Clothing)    Place of Origin:  England, United Kingdom, Europe    Date:  1775-1810    Materials:  Cotton    Museum Object Number:  1967.1484

Breeches Category: Textiles (Clothing) Place of Origin: England, United Kingdom, Europe Date: Materials: Cotton Museum Object Number:

mens cavalry breeches pattern .

Regency Fashion: Men’s Breeches, Pantaloons, and Trousers

century men's trousers with top flap open ".universally held in place by two or three buttons at the top.trousers were held up by tight-fitting waists, which were adjusted by gusset ties in back of the waist".

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