Benoît Comte de Marécage

Benoît Comte de Marécage

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eighteenth century banyan dressing gown pattern schematic - Google Search

Banyan pattern - I had one made for me by a seamstress who would not use this very simple pattern. She decided it was a kimono (which should be equally simple) and created a lot of work for herself. But the outcome is beautiful.

From the mid-17th century, Dutch upper class men wore these morning gowns in the private sphere or on informal occassions, at times even outside their home. The cut was often based on the pattern used for kimonos.

FCBTC / From the century, Dutch upper class men wore these morning gowns in the private sphere or on informal occassions, at times even outside their home. The cut was often based on the pattern used for kimonos.

Peter the Great`s silk robes

Gown of Peter I Wardrobe of Peter I Russia. First quarter of the century Satin and damask; 156 cm Source of Entry: State Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad.

Brocade Chasuble - Spanish brocade with Hungarian embroidery - 1575-1600 - Back View

Brocade Chasuble - Spanish brocade with Hungarian embroidery - - Back View