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Suit from the 1630s made from yellow silk in a most impressive way of almost weaving and crossing bound strips of silks, see the close-up shots. The suit is in the V museum. Please see the page Surviving Costumes for a better colour photo of the impressive suit, which is copyrighted by the V

Suit from the made from yellow silk in a most impressive way of almost weaving and crossing bound strips of silks, see the close-up shots.

Hungarian clothing       from the beginning of 16th century consists of brocade inner coat and of velvet fur-trimmed upper coat (previous page).

Hungarian clothing from the beginning of century consists of brocade inner coat and of velvet fur-trimmed upper coat (previous page).

Portrait of Prince Rupert (1619-1682) by Sir Anthony van Dyck and assistants from his workshop. 1636-1637 oil on canvas. Son of the exiled king and queen of Bohemia and nephew of King Charles I of England, also count of the Rhine Palatinate in Germany.

Studio Of Anthony Van Dyck Prince Rupert Count Palatine Oil Painting 24 X 39 Inch 61 X 99 Cm printed On High Quality Polyster Canvas this Amazing Art Decorative Prints On Canvas Is Perfectly Suitalbe For Laundry Room Gallery Art And Home Artwork And Gifts

Green silk banyon circa 1760

Mens banyan, ca 1760 England (ca silk), Cora Ginsburg. A banyan was a comfortable, warm, semi-fitted coat worn by fashionable men at home. They were inspired by coats worn in India which must have caught the interest of European traders.

Formal Ensemble 1635-1645 The Victoria & Albert Museum

“ This ensemble demonstrates fashionable formal dress for men in the late and early The breeches are long and fairly full in cut, reaching just below the knee. The doublet has a high.

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