18th Century Gentleman's Linen Summer Suit by AngloPhotography.deviantart.com on @deviantART - From the reenactor's comments: "This is a great example of a light summer suit. It was made for me by N.Hurst, Tailor of Williamsburg, Virginia. That it is not firmly fit as to be expected in the heat of Virginia and Maryland."

Century Gentleman's Linen Summer Suit by N.Hurst, Tailor of Williamsburg, Virginia. That it is not firmly fit as to be expected in the heat of Virginia and Maryland.

Design based on a typical 1790′s cut and embellished with hand embroidery. The embroidery design is based on 18th century silk designs. The waistcoat is double breasted with buttons, wide lapels and jiggers in the back.

Design based on a typical cut and embellished with hand embroidery. The embroidery design is based on century silk designs. The waistcoat is double breasted with buttons, wide lapels and jiggers in the back.

Royal Naval Midshipman uniform: Frock Coat 1748-1758. (HEAVY BREATHING)

Take a look at the 'Royal Naval uniform: pattern - This frock coat of a midshipman is quite' prints from National Maritime Museum

Coat (reverse), ca. 1765, British (probably), silk (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art

1765 Culture: British (probably) Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 42 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Trust Gift, 1991 Accession Number: MET

Seen Across the Ether: Regency Fashion « Jane Austen's World

Seen Across the Ether: Regency Fashion

GENTLEMAN'S THREE-PIECE FORMAL SUIT WITH ATTACHED WIG BAG AND LACE CUFFS (COAT, WAISTCOAT, BREECHES)  CIRCA 1780

"VanderBiltmore Style": Men's Fancy Dress Ball Costume, consisting of a Three-Piece Formal Suit with Attached Wig Bag and Lace Cuffs (Coat, Waistcoat, Breeches).

1770-1780  ca. 1772 (made) "Compared to the florid Rococo style of the 1750s, the embroidery on the waistcoat is becoming more abstract and is restricted to a smaller area of the garment."

Coat

Baptista- Add lace to sleeves, lighten colors. 1772 (made) "Compared to the florid Rococo style of the the embroidery on the waistcoat is becoming more abstract and is restricted to a smaller area of the garment.

veste d'habit de gentilhomme à gilet factice, pour l'été ou les colonies, vers 1760.

striped silk taffeta lightweight summer coat and attached waistcoat, French. The two front sections of the vest are sewn directly to the armholes of the coat, so there is no back to the vest, just the coat itself.

1775-1785, United Kingdom - Formal ensemble - Wool, trimmed with silver-gilt braid and silk twill, lined with silk, backed with wool, hand-sewn

Formal ensemble

Formal ensemble Place of origin:UK (made) (made) Artist/Maker:Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques:Wool, trimmed with silver-gilt braid and silk twill, lined with silk, backed with wool, hand-sewn

19th century british military uniforms | The uniform tunic of an 18th-century British ... | Rob's Militaria of ...

The uniform tunic of an British Royal Horse Guards officer, the oldest in the regimental collection [Household Cavalry Regimental Collection. As worn by my great grand uncle Major Richard Davenport killed at The Battle of Warburg July 1760

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