Luca Mazzoccoli

Luca Mazzoccoli

Luca Mazzoccoli
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Pawnee>> David Yorke

Pawnee>> David Yorke

Stolen Glory, David Yorke, artist - I've had the privilege of framing this original for a client. Such a strong piece!

Stolen Glory, David Yorke, artist - I've had the privilege of framing this original for a client. Such a strong piece!

mohawk indian 1750s by Adam J Hall, via Flickr

mohawk indian 1750s by Adam J Hall, via Flickr

Photograph, portrait of A. Horsley Hinton Frederick Hollyer (1837-1933) Late 1890s, England Platinum print Museum no. 7912-1938 Hollyer was the photographer of choice for the artistic set of the late 19th century. His Portraits of Many Persons of Note fills three volumes with nearly 200 portraits and comprises a pictorial Whos Who of late Victorian and Edwardian celebrities. Hinton was a photographer and member of the Linked Ring, a brotherhood of photographers committed to excellence in all

Photograph, portrait of A. Horsley Hinton Frederick Hollyer (1837-1933) Late 1890s, England Platinum print Museum no. 7912-1938 Hollyer was the photographer of choice for the artistic set of the late 19th century. His Portraits of Many Persons of Note fills three volumes with nearly 200 portraits and comprises a pictorial Whos Who of late Victorian and Edwardian celebrities. Hinton was a photographer and member of the Linked Ring, a brotherhood of photographers committed to excellence in all

Capri, Italy. circa 1900. "Tipo de Pescatore" / "Type of Fisherman."

Capri, Italy. circa 1900. "Tipo de Pescatore" / "Type of Fisherman."

The Princess Victoria, Princess Royal as Crown Princess of Prussia in 1867, 1867 Franz Xaver Winterhalter

The Princess Victoria, Princess Royal as Crown Princess of Prussia in 1867, 1867 Franz Xaver Winterhalter

This coat style is different than the 1860s – it is buttoned close to the neck – with just enough room for his short, stand-up collar and checked tie to be seen. During the 1870’s shirts were made without collars or cuffs. Generally a wardrobe of six collars and six pairs of cuffs would last a gentleman for about one year. The collars and cuffs would be washed individually, thus making the shirts last longer.

This coat style is different than the 1860s – it is buttoned close to the neck – with just enough room for his short, stand-up collar and checked tie to be seen. During the 1870’s shirts were made without collars or cuffs. Generally a wardrobe of six collars and six pairs of cuffs would last a gentleman for about one year. The collars and cuffs would be washed individually, thus making the shirts last longer.

Tailcoat, Frock Coat, 1898:

Tailcoat, Frock Coat, 1898:

Portrait de Henri Moser. Exposition universelle de 1900.

Portrait de Henri Moser. Exposition universelle de 1900.