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White silk waistcoat.  KM 4666   ::   västObjektbeskrivningVitt atlassiden med broderi av metalltråd i kedjesöm, knutar och en metalltråd lagd i zick-zack. 7 st små överklädda knappar med en liten sydd blomma av metalltråd. Nedliggande slag. Slagfoder av vitt siden, f.ö. foder av gulaktigt linne. Ryggstycket av linne, i två delar, snöras samman i ryggen, 2 fjädrar i ryggen och 2 i vardera sidan. Stora fläckar udner armarna.

Pattern of man’s waistcoat, silk, embroidery, late century, KM

Embroidered Silk Satin Waistcoat, 1770-1800 - Lot 252 $862.50 ...Tasha Tudor collection

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Waistcoat, France, 1760-1770. Chartreuse (now faded to acid yellow) silk satin with silk and chenille embroidery in chain stitch.

Man's Waistcoat Made in France Artist/maker unknown, French Chartreuse (now faded to acid yellow) silk satin with silk and chenille embroidery in chain stitch Center Back Length: 22 inches cm)

1770s French Rococo Ladies' embroidered silk waistcoat. This piece is shorter at the back to accommodate the skirt and longer front.

French Rococo Ladies' embroidered silk waistcoat (back view). This piece is shorter at the back to accommodate the skirt and longer front.

Image of C01.4158, Waistcoat: front view, 1760-1780

Image of Waistcoat: front view

Antique Victorian Circa 1850 Mens' Striped Ivory Wool Vest / Waistcoat

Antique Circa 1850 Men's Striped Ivory Wool Vest / Waistcoat from marzillivintage on Ruby Lane

Waistcoat Place of origin: Great Britain, UK (made) Date: ca. 1839 (made) Materials and Techniques: Woven in wool, lined in cotton, hand-stitched Museum number: T.129-1969 | V&A

Waistcoat

United Kingdom - Waistcoat - Woven in wool, lined in cotton, hand-stitched

1760-1780, France - Cotton waistcoat

Waistcoat Date: Culture: French Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length: 30 in. cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1916 Accession Number:

19th Century Fashion, Fashion History, Stockholm, Fe

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