The tailor, Bryn-du. (ca.1875) Teitl Cymraeg/Welsh title:Y teiliwr, Bryn-du  Ffotograffydd/Photographer: John Thomas (1838-1905) Dyddiad/Date: [ca. 1875] Cyfrwng/Medium: Negydd gwydr / Glass negative

The tailor, Bryn-du. Teitl Cymraeg/Welsh title:Y teiliwr, Bryn-du Ffotograffydd/Photographer: John Thomas Dyddiad/Date: [ca.

1957. A Gentleman's London, Tailors Workshop.    by Burt Glinn.    (Note the tailor is sitting on the table, as is traditional for that profession)

A Gentleman's London, Tailors Workshop. by Burt Glinn. (Note the tailor is sitting on the table, as is traditional for that profession) Dapper Dude I Suiting I Sartorial Style I Loved by Herringbone Sydney

Beatrix Potter: The Tailor of Gloucester - The Tailor seated in his window

From "The Tailor of Gloucester" by Beatrix Potter, 1903 - 'The Tailor seated in the window of his shop'

Schneider  Dieses Bild: 006587  Kunstwerk: Buchmalerei ; Illustrationszyklus Didaktik ; Miniatur ; Österreich  Dokumentation: 1464 ; 1464 ; Wien ; Österreich ; Wien ; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek ; cod. 2801 ; fol. 31v  Anmerkungen: Schachzabelbuch

Schneider Dieses Bild: 006587 Kunstwerk: Buchmalerei ; Illustrationszyklus Didaktik ; Miniatur ; Österreich Dokumentation: 1464 ; 1464 ; Wien ; Österreich ; Wien ; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek ; cod. 2801 ; fol. 31v Anmerkungen: Schachzabelbuch

This image of a tailor's shop by an anonymous painter was painted in the late eighteenth century. The positioning and activity of the figures is relaxed and serves to show the activities of the tailors. The image depicts an urban tailor's shop. Although it is not beyond doubt that it is London, it looks no different to what the scene would like in the metropolis. Threading a needle, drinking and sowing are shown in a very rare visual insight into life in a late eighteenth century tailor's…

This painting by an unknown artist illustrates the interior of a typical London tailor's workshop in the second half of the eighteenth century. -c 1780 - Museum of London

Tailor. Amb 317b.2 ° folio 83 verso. Die Hausbucher der Nurnberger Zwolfbruderstiftungen. 1604. German.

Tailor. Amb 317b.2 ° folio 83 verso. Die Hausbucher der Nurnberger Zwolfbruderstiftungen. 1604. German.

What are Wash-houses and Laundry-Related Rooms?, via History of the 18th and 19th Centuries. Hot Goose, Cabbage, and Cucumbers by Thomas Rowlandson - Courtesy of the National collection Trust

What are Wash-houses and Laundry-Related Rooms? Hot Goose, Cabbage, and Cucumbers by Thomas Rowlandson - Courtesy of the National collection Trust

'Too long and too loose!! Or Lord Sham-Peter the amateur tailor', 1815, by Charles Williams. Among the papers in the foreground, 'Stays & Corsets for the Masculine Gender by Sham Peter' and 'Stays & Corsets masculine'.

Too long and too loose! Or Lord Sham-Peter the amateur tailor. Published by J Sidebotham Print made by Charles Williams 1816 By his right foot is an advert saying " Stays & Corsets for the Masculine Gender by Sham Peter"

1948,0214.884 Title (object)A taylor's board!!! DescriptionA board meeting, with (?) Sidebotham at the head of the table (left) facing a Scot in Highland dress, seated on a cask of 'Sulpher Bri'. Two tailors stand at the nearer side of the table in angry controversy, one in patched, the other in tattered dress. The latter says: "You have made a pretty botch of this Business. How do you like the measures I have taken Mr Tailor." Beside him are a 'Sleeve Board' and (tape) 'Measures'. The…

The journeymen tailors had a history of solidarity dating back at least to the early century.

1937,0308.33 DescriptionMan working in a tailor's shop; interior with man seated before a window, working with cloth, a pair of scissors beside him, a jug, covered with a cloth at left. 1853 Watercolour Producer nameManner/Style of: Monogrammist CPB biography School/styleBritish Date1853 Materialspaper Techniquedrawn term details DimensionsHeight: 291 millimetresWidth: 413 millimetres Inscriptions Inscription Content  Inscribed with monogram and dated: "[CPB?] 53"

Recto Man working in a tailor's shop; interior with man seated before a window, working with cloth, a pair of scissors beside him, a jug, covered with a cloth at l. 1853 Watercolour © The Trustees of the British Museum

The Village Tailor by Henry Hetherington Emmerson, c.1851

The Village Tailor by Henry Hetherington Emmerson Laing Art Gallery Date painted: Oil on canvas, x cm Collection: Laing Art Gallery

Creator:    Unknown photographer  Date:    1930-04  Description:    A photograph showing tailors sewing military dress uniforms, taken in April 1930 by an unknown photographer for the Daily Herald.

Creator: Unknown photographer Date: Description: A photograph showing tailors sewing military dress uniforms, taken in April 1930 by an unknown photographer for the Daily Herald.

The Gallant Tailor (Seven At One Blow)

“…a little tailor was sitting on his table by the window…” Fairy tales and folk tales are full of heroes and heroines who use their wits to.

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