gentleman's waistcoat, 1766

Groom's attire belonging to Gustav III of Sweden, silver and gold embroidery on silk brocade, Royal Armoury collection

brocade waistcoat - Google Search

Beautiful Ornate Men's Silk Waistcoat, Spitafields (Adorned with fruit & flowers in vivid polychromy) Anna Maria Garthwaite design (?

Mens 1770 to 1800  Antique Golden Waistcoat  Vest by Tovasvintage, $1550.00 -- pinned by WhatnotGems.Etsy.com

On Hold......Mens 1770 to 1800 Antique Golden Waistcoat Vest Silk and Chenille Embroidery Exquisite

waistcoat, France, c. 1750 (LACMA)

waistcoat, France, c. 1750 (LACMA)

Man's Waistcoat, Circa 1750 Front: Brocaded liseré Gros de Tours, blue silk, polychrome silk thread, silver thread. Lining: cream silk twill. Back: cream cotton satin, wooden buttons covered with silver thread. Woven design for a waistcoat. - See more at: http://palaisgalliera.paris.fr/en/work/mans-waistcoat#sthash.f4McvJIV.dpuf  © Eric Emo / Galliera / Roger-Viollet

Man's Waistcoat

Waistcoat  Date:     1755–65 Culture:     French Medium:     silk, metallic Dimensions:     Length at CB: 33 1/2 in. (85.1 cm) Credit Line: Accession Number: C.I.60.22.47

Waistcoat Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, metallic Dimensions: Length at CB: 33 in. cm) Credit Line: Accession Number:

1780–90 Waistcoat. This is a charming example of 18th-century embroidery with animated insects and Asian-inspired fruit branches. The butterflies climbing the branches at the front hem and the grasshoppers sitting atop flower stems are particularly engaging.

Waistcoat, French, between Silk and silk embroidery. Now in storage at the Costume Institute in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Back of Waistcoat, 1750-1760, made from gold silk damask lined with cream twilled silk facings and part lining with a cream linen back. It is trimmed with silver lace 10cm deep around the front and the hem and round and on the pocket flaps. The lace is made en disposition. There are 17 buttons embroidered with silver purl and plate.

Back of Waistcoat, 1750-1760, made from gold silk damask lined with cream twilled silk facings and part lining with a cream linen back. It is trimmed with silver lace 10cm deep around the front and the hem and round and on the pocket flaps. The lace is made en disposition. There are 17 buttons embroidered with silver purl and plate.

waistcoat ca. 1720 via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Man's brocaded silk satin damask sleeved waistcoat, American, Worn by Colonel Ebenezer Storer (born Fabric woven in England.

1740-tal, väst, rock.

Waistcoat ~ ~ British ~ silk, metal ~ Waistcoats of the century often had sleeves - these are plain because never seen under outer coat ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

Waistcoat Date: early 18th century Culture: Italian Medium: silk, wool, linen Dimensions: Length: 37 in. (94 cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1940 Accession Number: 40.134.12

Waistcoat Date: early century Culture: Italian Medium: silk, wool, linen Dimensions: Length: 37 in. cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1940 Accession Number:

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