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Napoleon's Egyptian-style cloak or burnous, early-19th century, taken from his carriage after the Battle of Waterloo  The Royal Collection © 2005, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Burnous- A long hooded cloak woven of wool in one piece. Napoleon's Egyptian-style cloak or burnous, century, taken from his carriage after the Battle of Waterloo The Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

National Maritime Boat Cloak

Boat cloak, circa green wool and lined with a similar brown wool, small Royal Naval button at the neck.

Embroidered lined wool cloak: I want a cloak so badly

Embroidered lined wool cloak

A hooded warm half circle wool cloak with a custom made clasp. Lined with synthetic silk and embroidered

Napoleon's burnous. Captured from Napoleon's carriage after Waterloo; presented to George IV by Marshal Blucher

fripperiesandfobs: “ Burnous captured from Napoleon’s baggage train after the Battle of Waterloo, 1815 From the Royal Collection ”

Robe (image 1) | Chinese | 19th century | silk, metal | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 1982.255.2

Robe Date: century Culture: Chinese Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: Length: 42 in. cm) Credit Line: Bequest of Ruth Shaefer Emery (Nancy E.

Woman's hooded cloak  Woman's riding hood  American, last quarter of the 18th century  Lexington, Massachusetts, United States  PLACE OF MANUFACTURE  England (textile)  PLACE OF MANUFACTURE  Massachusetts, United States  DIMENSIONS  Overall: 115.6 x 248.9 cm (45 1/2 x 98 in.)  MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE  Plain weave wool (broadcloth), plain weave silk trim and facing

Woman's riding hood, American, last quarter of the century. Place of Manufacture: England (textile). In the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

state hermitage museum dress | ... and metal threads, copper, gold lace, gilt. The State Hermitage Museum

Uniform Dress of Catherine II to the uniform of the Preobrazhensky Life Guards Regiment St Petersburg, Russia 1763 Silk and metal threads, copper, gold lace, gilt

Cloak Designer: Emile Pingat (French, active 1860–96) Date: 1879–80 Culture: French Medium: silk

Cloak Emile Pingat (French, active Date: Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Chauncey Stillman, 1960 Accession Number:

Ancient Greece influence modern day designers, creating a one shoulder garment like a himation and then adding a royal gold detailing: Georges Chakra, un rendez-vous magique

Georges Chakra, un rendez-vous magique

Georges Chakra Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2012 I like this, but in different colors

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