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Doublet and breeches

Doublet and breeches

Wool doublet (photo 2 from V), once black, now faded to brown is a rare survivor. Trimmed with silk, lined with

At the V & A museum - not on display (One of three photos). Note the breeches are gathered, not pleated flat. Wool, lined with linen and trimmed with silk. Once belonged to a distant part of my family.

Doublet and breeches Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Wool, trimmed with silk and lined with linen Credit Line: Given by Lady Spickernell Museum number:

RMSuite01 by sstormwatch, via Flickr  Nice great coat design

RMSuite01 by sstormwatch, via Flickr Nice great coat design

Doublet (side view) Date: early 1620s Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: 1989.196

Doublet (side view) Date: early Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number:

Doublet and Breeches 1630-1640 British V&A

1630 - 1640 English Doublet & Breeches made of Satin, Stamped, Lined with Linen & Buckram, Trimmed with Braid & Silk Ribbon

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