A Masked Earl

Images I found useful in writing my fourth historical romance, A Masked Earl.
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Formal day wear: 1745 | V This coat and waistcoat illustrate formal daywear for men in the 1740s. The fabric of the coat is a rich shot green and black silk. By the 1740s the waistcoat is shorter in length than the coat. It is made of yellow silk brocaded with coloured silk and silver threads. Comprised of large flowers and leaves densely covering the fabric, the brocaded pattern is typical of Late Baroque design. The coat is collarless. It fits tightly to the body, but has very full skirts 18th Century Mens Fashion, 18th Century Clothing, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Formal Coat, Rococo Fashion, 18th Century Costume, Habit, Vintage Outfits
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Formal day wear: 1745 | V This coat and waistcoat illustrate formal daywear for men in the 1740s. The fabric of the coat is a rich shot green and black silk. By the 1740s the waistcoat is shorter in length than the coat. It is made of yellow silk brocaded with coloured silk and silver threads. Comprised of large flowers and leaves densely covering the fabric, the brocaded pattern is typical of Late Baroque design. The coat is collarless. It fits tightly to the body, but has very full skirts
Bautta - Google Search Carnival Masks, Historical Romance, Masquerade, Nerd, Darth Vader, Costumes, Intrigue, Venetian
Bautta - Google Search
Bautta - Google Search Lettering, 17th Century, History, Painting, Google Search, Naples, Art, Venice
Bautta - Google Search
Sandelford Priory, painted by Edward Haytley, ca. 1744. Garden History, Art History, Garden Painting, Painting & Drawing, 18th Century Landscape, Forms Of Poetry, Portraits, English Artists, British Artists
Sandelford Priory, painted by Edward Haytley, ca. 1744.
Kathleen Buckley
Kathleen Buckley
Illustration from Samual Richardson's novel, Pamela, published in 1740. Harper's Magazine, Highmore, Art Fund, Tate Gallery, Writers And Poets, Famous Authors, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Fashion History, Pamela
Illustration from Samual Richardson's novel, Pamela, published in 1740.
Kathleen Buckley
Kathleen Buckley
Vauxhall orchestra pavilion Surrey England, London England, Georgian London, Research Images, Lambeth, Regency Era, Whitehall, Handel, Adam And Eve
Vauxhall orchestra pavilion
Kathleen Buckley
Kathleen Buckley
1740s painted silk gown Fashion 18th Century, 18th Century Dresses, 18th Century Women, Mid Century, 1700s Dresses, Historical Dresses
1740s painted silk gown
Kathleen Buckley
Kathleen Buckley
1740s gown, front 18th Century Gown, Textiles
1740s gown, front
Kathleen Buckley
Kathleen Buckley
1740's gown, back 18th Century Fashion, Types Of Pleats, American Duchess
1740's gown, back
Kathleen Buckley
Kathleen Buckley
Riding jacket, 1740--1750 18th Century Dress, Womens Riding Jacket
Riding jacket, 1740--1750
Kathleen Buckley
Kathleen Buckley
At-home Robe (Banyan) India, probably Coromandel Coast, for the Western market, circa 1750 Costumes; nightwear (entire body) Cotton plain weave, mordant-painted and resist-dyed Center back length: 63 1/2 in. (161.29 cm); Width: 78 in. (198.12 cm) Costume Council Fund (M.2005.42) Indian Men Fashion, Full Dress, Fashion Gallery, Costume Design
At-home Robe (Banyan)
At-home Robe (Banyan) India, probably Coromandel Coast, for the Western market, circa 1750 Costumes; nightwear (entire body) Cotton plain weave, mordant-painted and resist-dyed Center back length: 63 1/2 in. (161.29 cm); Width: 78 in. (198.12 cm) Costume Council Fund (M.2005.42)
Man’s At-home Robe (Banyan) France, circa 1760 Costumes; nightwear (entire body) Silk satin with supplementary weft float patterning; lined with striped plain weave silk Center back length: 51 1/2 in. (130.81 cm) Purchased with funds provided by Suzanne A. Saperstein and Michael and Ellen Michelson, with additional funding from the Costume Council, the Edgerton Foundation, Gail and Gerald Oppenheimer, Maureen H. Shapiro, Grace Tsao, and Lenore and Richard Wayne (M.2007.211.949) Moda Fashion, Men's Fashion, Vintage Fashion
Man’s At-home Robe (Banyan)
Man’s At-home Robe (Banyan) France, circa 1760 Costumes; nightwear (entire body) Silk satin with supplementary weft float patterning; lined with striped plain weave silk Center back length: 51 1/2 in. (130.81 cm) Purchased with funds provided by Suzanne A. Saperstein and Michael and Ellen Michelson, with additional funding from the Costume Council, the Edgerton Foundation, Gail and Gerald Oppenheimer, Maureen H. Shapiro, Grace Tsao, and Lenore and Richard Wayne (M.2007.211.949)
Stomacher.  France.  1700-1750.  Silk satin with metallic-thread lace, silk and metallic-thread plain-weave appliqués, metallic-thread passementerie, and tassels.
Woman's Stomacher
Stomacher. France. 1700-1750. Silk satin with metallic-thread lace, silk and metallic-thread plain-weave appliqués, metallic-thread passementerie, and tassels.