Chevalier à la rose (Le) Titre original œuvre: Rosenkavalier (Der) Genre: Opéra costume of XVIII cent. (back view)
Pair Of Waistcoat Fronts, mid- 18th century; silk, chain stitch on plain weave; Cooper Hewitt 1931-88-97-a,b
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Ribbed silk in narrow perpendicular stripe of green and brown. Elaborately embroidered in multi-colored silk; floral design with small areas of applied silk, also embroidered. Style slightly cutaway. Standing collar, embroidered. Eight large embroidered buttons.
Cream-white taffeta waistcoat embroidered in multi-colored silks using chain stitch. Legend of the Fox and the Crow across bottom and pocket flap. Sprays of flowers on buttonholes. Late 18th century style waistcoat with a straight bottom and standing collar. Narrow silk fringe edges on front and collar. Twelve buttons.
Men Suit, 1780, Switzerland. Pink silver brocade with rich embroidery in gold. Consisting of Frockcoat, waistcoat and breeches....
Metallic gold threads and sequins embroidered on pink moiré foundation.
Gentleman's waistcoat woth border design at bottom and front of large flowers.
Abito da corte
England 'Coat' 1740s England Coat 1740s silk, wood, wool, linen 102.0 cm (centre back), 65.0 cm (sleeve length) National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne